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Home The Fine Craftsmanship of the Original Sumner Tunnel Toll House

Let's take a look at this cute building. What is it? It's the original Sumner Tunnel toll booth that went to Logan Airport, built in 1935. Brent points of the details on this building that make it a fine piece of construction. For example, the brick arches, which served as functional element to support the brick above it, the guaged brick that's been shaped at the sides (so we're looking at small bricks that come together to create an arch), and the arched, glavanized steel door that's about 18 to 20" wide.

The architectural details on this building make it special and complex, Take a look.

Hull Millwork


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