On verso: The Boston and Maine Railroad have erected at Waltham a fine passenger station, which faces the beautiful Common or public square, although it may be entered from Moody Street. It is built of brick and has ample waiting rooms and shelter sheds.'
Address: 1520 East Main Street (at East Franklin Street); On verso: 'This handsome railroad depot, with its imposing clock tower, was completed in 1900 [sic], and with the extensive viaduct system converging thereto, cost approximately two million dollars. It is used jointly by the C. & O., S.A.L. and the Southern Railroads. Through trains leave here at frequent intervals for all points, North, East, South and West.'