Phase I of The Hub on Causeway at North Station is nearing completion, with the new entrance to TD Garden now open! It is safe to say this part of our city is about to look very different from anything we have seen over the years. This week, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at this area when the elevated railway was still intact.

Photo courtesy of City of Boston Archives, June 13, 1901.
Photo courtesy of City of Boston Archives, August 12, 1912.
Photo courtesy of City of Boston Archives, Atlantic Ave, April 1916.

This neighborhood has certainly taken on many forms over the years!

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