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The Trolley Shelter on Blackstone Blvd in Providence, Rhode Island is listed on the National Registry of Historical Places. The shelter was designed by the prominent architectural firm of Stone, Carpenter & Willson, was erected in 1905 opposite the Swan Point Cemetery entrance. The shelter is constructed of large boulders, wood lattice, cedar shingles and copper trim. In 1886 Horace Cleveland was hired to plan the layout of Blackstone Boulevard.
The Trolley Shelter has been given new life as a
Blackstone Boulevard, Elmgrove Avenue, Providence, RI 02906