A 2013 calendar that features images of “Lost Brighton & Allston,” is being sold by the Brighton-Allston Historical Society.
The calendar features 14 historic pictures of neighborhood scenes and building that are no longer around, including of how Barry’s Corner used to look, of lost ponds and reservoirs and of streets that were demolished when the Massachusetts Turnpike was extended into Boston, society members said.
The calendars cost $10 and are for sale at various locations, including the Brighton-Allston Heritage Museum, from board members of the historical society and from Heritage Museum guides, according to an announcement.
Via mail, they cost $12, which includes shipping. Proceeds benefit the society and its Heritage Museum. This year’s calendar is the society’s ninth.
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