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Danforth Street Bridge

The Danforth Street Bridge, looking toward Concord Street, during one of the first decades after its construction in the early 1890s. The Danforth Street Bridge today.

The old Danforth Street Bridge has been reborn. From 2003 to 2006, the town refurbished the bridge and began landscaping the adjoining area. This work was done under a "Save America's Treasures" grant from the National Park Service with matching funds from the Town of Framingham, Massachusetts Historic Commission, and Friends of Saxonville.

The bridge was formally rededicated in June 2006 during the Friends of Saxonville's annual Discover Saxonville event. A gala wine and cheese reception with a live band was held on the bridge that evening to celebrate the return of this Saxonville landmark to active service.

   
     
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