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The Railroad Hotel is a building that served as an historic hotel at the triangular lot where Washington Street joins Watertown Street (Route 16) in the West Newton section of Newton, Massachusetts, United States.

The hotel was built in 1831 in a Greek Revival/Federal style by local teacher and developer Seth Davis to serve at first as a lodging stop along a stagecoach line that ran from Boston to Worcester. By 1833 the Boston and Worcester Railroad had reached the hotel in West Newton and within the following two years it reached further westward to Worcester. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The building currently houses retail shops and no longer serves as a hotel.

See also


Railroad Hotel - 1875 Metlen Railroad Hotel - Dillon Montana by Daniel Hagerman
  • Seth Davis House
  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Newton, Massachusetts

References


Railroad Hotel - Dabbs RailRoad Hotel -- B&B and Event Venue | Established 1907



Railroad Hotel - GuideStar Exchange Reports for Governor Frank G. Clement Railroad ...

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