Railway Village Historic District (NRIS 00000111)

Address: Roughly along Adams St., from Mechanic and Church Sts., and Washington St., Milton, MA. County/parish: Norfolk.

177 contributing buildings. 1 contributing site.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places March 06, 2000.

From Wikipedia:

Railway Village Historic District
The Railway Village Historic District is a historic district encompassing a densely populated, predominantly residential, area of eastern Milton, Massachusetts. The 30-acre (12 ha) district lies roughly between East Milton Square and the town line with neighboring Quincy. The area's significant growth occurred after the 1826 construction of the Granite Railway, which transported stone from the nearby granite quarries to the Neponset River. This resulted in the movement to the area of stone workers and related interests. The principal thoroughfare of the district is Adams Street; the district extends along Pierce Street, Granite Place, and Washington Street, and includes properties on intervening and connecting streets. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Dirlam, Arland
  • et al.

Architectural styles:

  • Colonial
  • Greek Revival