New England Power

One of the fortunate things about Boston–and I think this largely accidental–is that it was spared from many of the architectural monstrosities of the 1950s and 1960s (the utter destruction of the West End being the obvious exception). With that prelude, we present a very cool buidling, the New England Power Building, completed in 1937, found at the corner of Dartmouth and Stuart streets in Back Bay:

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