PHOTOS: The People and Places of Revere

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The Rumney Marsh Burying Ground Cemetery, on Butler Street. The cemetery was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
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The Rumney Marsh Burying Ground Cemetery.
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The Rumney Marsh Burying Ground Cemetery.
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The Rumney Marsh Burying Ground Cemetery.
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The Rumney Marsh Burying Ground Cemetery.
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The Rumney Marsh Burying Ground Cemetery.
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An MBTA Blue Line train to Wonderland Station.
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Taking a photo in front of the Revere landmark Kelly's World Famous Roast Beef.
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An MBTA Blue Line train to Wonderland Station.
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An MBTA Blue Line train to Wonderland Station.
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An MBTA Blue Line train to Wonderland Station.
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A pretty sunrise as the Revere Beach clock and the rising moon frame a cold morning.
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A pretty sunrise as the Revere Beach clock and the rising moon frame a cold morning.
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The Christine and John Markey Memorial Pedestrian Bridge over Ocean Ave. is seen at sunrise. Construction of the bridge finished in 2013.
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The Christine and John Markey Memorial Pedestrian Bridge over Ocean Ave. is seen at sunrise. Construction of the bridge finished in 2013.
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Revere Fire Department's Ladder #1. A rare Tiller type truck, where a firefighter steers the back wheels. One of only a very few in Massachusetts, this truck provides the maneuverability necessary to navigate Revere’s narrow streets.
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Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo, wearing a Revere Beach face mask.
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A mural along Ocean Avenue.
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A mural along Ocean Avenue.
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The newly renovated Revere Society for Cultural and Historical Preservation Museum, on Beach Street.
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A look down Broadway.
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Crossing Revere Beach Boulevard.
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The newly renovated Revere Society for Cultural and Historical Preservation Museum, on Beach Street.
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An MBTA sign on Shirley Avenue.
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