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Mark B

Based on historical maps, I'm guessing that the gate house was at Tremont Street. The brook is shown on the east side of the railroad tracks until Tremont, and then it appears again on the west side of Parker St. Try this map: http://tinyurl.com/yssls4

Mark B.

There was a gate house between the railroad tracks and Columbus ave. south of Tremont st. I'm not sure if this is it.

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