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Framingham's Thomas Eames Historic Marker Reinstalled

August 28, 2018 (11:25 am EST)
Filed under: General Interest,Uncategorized by News Staff

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and the City of Framingham have announced that crews have reinstalled a historic 1930 Massachusetts Bay Colony Tercentenary Marker in Framingham as part of an effort to inventory and document the original markers that were installed nearly 90 years ago throughout the Commonwealth.

Image by MassDOT

The marker in Framingham, which commemorates colonial farmer Thomas Eames, was located in a MassDOT storage facility before being rehabilitated with the Framingham Historical Commission and reinstalled this summer at the corner of Mt. Wayte Avenue and Dudley Road.


Source: MassDOT

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