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Littleton businesses we are still trying to locate:
|"Coleman's Cozy Cabins, Littleton, Mass. On Routes 2 and 110."
-- Tichnor Bros., about 1940's
Some Lincoln businesses that advertised as being on the Trail that we would
like to know more about starting with the location:
Wayside Grill - also on Routes 2 and 110. In 1953, under the same
ownership and management since 1933, presumably Albion W. Clair, Proprietor.
"Good Food Is Good Health"
"No Liquor Served"
"We specialize in Delicious Waffles, Fried Clams and Ice Cream"
"Where Friends Meet".
Green Acre Lunch - "Cold Drinks of all Kinds. Gas, Standard Oil.
Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco, Ice Cream, Candies, Home Cooked Lunches Coffee.
Good Clean Service Comfort Station W. H. Schaffner, Proprietor". In business
If you have any information about these businesses or anything else you
would like to share, please email
Dud's Place - "Mohawk Trail between Lexington and Concord"
"Chelmsford Ginger Ale and Kindred Beverages served exclusively"
The fare included Toasted Sandwiches (such as Duck, Crabmeat, Scotch
Ham and Chop Suey), College Ices and Pastry "made on the premises".
Phone Lincoln 0163
Ruth's - "Where Every Bite is Just Right".
"Delicious Grilled Sandwiches and Fried Clams that are different"
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