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Historic Neighborhood Photo: North End Beach

Photo by Frank B. Conlin 1908 (Courtesy of Boston Public Library)

Summer is officially upon us, and that means those in the neighborhood are starting to spending plenty of time at the Mirabella Pool – especially in this heat! This week’s photo is a great view of what this area looked like previously. Residents could actually walk down to the water and swim right in the harbor!

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See past historic neighborhood photo posts.


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One Reply to “Historic Neighborhood Photo: North End Beach

  1. I remember the beach I lived across from it . I was young and my father would take me on the piers for walks , I remember when they started to build the pool.

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