(This is entirely exclusive of the pro rata proportion of through equipment which the Boston and Albany Railroad Company ... of the legislature prohibiting the owners of railroad property from assessing themselves for a development of their propertyaquot;. ... Early in 1868 purchases of real estate were begun with a view to widening our location, and to-day there is ail ... These outlays are all in and about the Boston yard, and were only designed as affording relief for the immediate business.
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