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Starlings, ousted from the old Green Line tracks, dot a Causeway Street building. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene)
Starlings, ousted from the old Green Line tracks, dot a Causeway Street building. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene)

Flock of trouble roosts on Causeway St.

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / December 17, 2004

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Skip Perry has to collect himself every time he looks outside his Causeway Street photo shop, where it's been two months since the elevated Green Line cloaked the street in shadow. Perry says he can now see the spire of Old North Church, and, on a clear day, the mast of the USS Constitution. But lately there's been something new ... (Full article: 1051 words)

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