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jim sadowski- April 02, 2009 - Report this comment
When the garden closed Mr. Bigelow had other amusement ideas. The Consolidated Street Railway, made the first trip over the short line from Washington square to Lake Quinsigamond by electricity just before midnight, September 2, 1891, and the road was open to traffic September 4. Lake Quinsigamond developer Horace H. Bigelow started building White City in 1904 and it opened June 1905.

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