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N.H., Mass. passenger rail service would be an 'economic engine'

Early-morning commuters head to Boston-bound train from the Gallagher Terminal in Lowell, now the end of the line. There are increasing calls to link the line to Nashua. Early-morning commuters head to Boston-bound train from the Gallagher Terminal in Lowell, now the end of the line. There are increasing calls to link the line to Nashua. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff/FILE 2003)
By Tom Long
July 20, 2008

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Proponents of commuter rail service from Concord, N.H., to Boston have taken a new tack. (Full article: 521 words)

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