TIME, WEATHER, WATER AND VANDALISM
THE SAD FATE OF THE PAWTUCKET-CENTRAL FALLS STATION
Decay set in during the 1950's when passenger patronage declined and the New Haven railroad did not have the financial ability to maintain the station. After the station closed in 1960 deterioration accelerated and vandalism had a devastating impact.
THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE BY EDWARD J. OZOG, MAINLY FROM JUNE 1982
A VIEW FROM THE EASTBOUND PLATFORM AFTER THE STATION CLOSED
BUT BEFORE VANDALISM BECAME SEVERE
Stairs From The Station And Some Platform Roofs Have Been Removed.
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