By the early 20th Century, the iron viaduct's capacity was inadequate for the New Haven's heavier freight trains, and in 1911, the New Haven submitted to the state railroad commissioners a plan to encase Flat Brook in a culvert and fill in the viaduct. The plan was approved, and from 1912 to 1913, sand was dumped from the tracks over the bridge until the bridge was completely buried. The fill was topped with a layer of cinders, hiding and preserving the viaduct.
Wow, nice font. I assume there will be a station near Starfleet Headquarters?
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