Monday, Nov. 4: “Boston’s Orange Line” book release party

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We’re excited to announce that our new book, Boston’s Orange Line, is now available from Arcadia Publishing. 

To celebrate, we’re having a book release party on Monday, Nov. 4, at 6 p.m. at The Brahmin in Boston’s Back Bay. We will have copies of the book available for $21.99 (cash or credit cards accepted). 

Date and Time: Monday, Nov. 4  |  6 – 8 p.m.

Location: The Brahmin  |  33 Stanhope Street , Boston, MA 02116

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Come by, celebrate with us, and get a copy (or two or 10) of Boston’s Orange Line signed by the authors.

Email bostonsorangeline@gmail.com with any questions.


A large crowd poses for a photograph beside the Elevated around 1930, at the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Beach Street. The building at left is the Kingston Clothing Company. The event memorialized in the photo is unknown. (Photograph by Leslie Jones, courtesy of the Boston Public Library.)

The story of the Orange Line is the story of Boston: always in flux but trailed by its long history. Since 1901, this rail line’s configuration has evolved in response to changes in the city, society, and technology. Read more about the book here

If you’d like to schedule a talk, presentation, or signing at your organization, school, library, or historical society, please email us at bostonsorangeline@gmail.com.


Photo caption: A large crowd poses for a photograph beside the Elevated around 1930, at the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Beach Street. The building at left is the Kingston Clothing Company. The event memorialized in the photo is unknown. (Photograph by Leslie Jones, courtesy of the Boston Public Library.)

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