The old car barn on the corner of Dunster and Mt. Auburn streets, which has long been in disuse, is now being torn down. This building was erected years ago when cars ran up Mt. Auburn street. It was abandoned when the tracks were removed, and since then has been used at alternate times for a stable and a store-house. The Dunster Realty Company has been used at alternate times for a stable and a store-house. The Dunster Realty Company has taken over the property and it is planned to erect a garage on the site of the old building. The new garage will have two stories and will provide storing room for 100 automobiles. Two additional stories will be built at some subsequent time, making the garage accommodate over 200 cars.
Car Barn at Corner of Dunster and Mt. Auburn Sts. Razed
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