Stoughton Railroad Station

53 Wyman Street
Stoughton, Mass.

Year Built: 1888

This building was built in 1888 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.


Registries

• National Register


References

• "Brigham & Spofford," Illustrated Boston, Metropolis of New England, American Publishing and Engraving, New York, New York, 1889, p. 196 ("Boston & Providence R.R. Stations at Stoughton and Roxbury").

• National Register of Historic Places, 1/21/1974, Charles Brigham, architect, National Park Service #74000384.

• American Architect and Building News, Vol. 17, p. 163, Plate 484 (descriptive plate).

• "Charles Brigham," MacMillan Encyclopedia of Architects, Adolph Placzek, entry written by Margaret Henderson Floyd, 1982, p. 288-9 (Stoughton Railroad Station, 1886-1888, Charles Brigham architect).

• Massachusetts Cultural Resources Information System, Massachusetts Historical Commission, Inventory No. STG.44 (Stoughton Railroad Station, 1888, Charles Brigham, architect).

• “Architecture of H.H. Richardson and His Contemporaries in Boston and Vicinity: 1972 Annual Tour,” Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia, 1972, Margaret Henderson Floyd, (Charles Brigham, Stoughton Railroad Station, 1888)

• John Hubbard Sturgis papers, Boston Athenaeum Library, client list, 8/1/1886, Stoughton Station noted as a Charles Brigham commission.


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