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Saxonville, a 19th-century industrial hub of Framingham, Massachusetts, originally used water power from the Sudbury River. We look to the southeast. The structure at the right is a decorative tower on a factory building. The street in the foreground is Central Street and the one in the right background is Concord Street. Danforth Street goes off to the left behind the black SUV. Danforth Street is one-way away from Concord Street, but left turns into it are prohibited.
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