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Railroad passenger service ended soon after WW II, and the final freight left in late 2005 - eight years after Natick and Framingham began planning the Cochituate Rail Trail. ConRail ended service on the Framingham section in 2001 and sold it to MassPike and the MBTA. Framingham had been negotiating lease agreements with them. With the end of train traffic, Natick begins negotiations with the final railroad owner, CSX Inc.
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ExhibitPlus CSXSwitchAtLakeCochituate011118 Railroad passenger service ended soon after WW II, and the final freight left in late 2005 - eight years after Natick and Framingham began planning the Cochituate Rail Trail. ConRail ended service on the Framingham section in 2001 and sold it to MassPike and the MBTA. Framingham had been negotiating lease agreements with them. With the end of train traffic, Natick begins negotiations with the final railroad owner, CSX Inc.