You oldtimers will remember when the turnpike had giant toll cards featuring a grinning Pilgrim with an arrow through his head, sitting atop a map of the turnpike. I haven't been able to find a copy of one of those, but yesterday, while walking into the North End to take another photo, I happened upon what looks to be an original brick turnpike tollbooth (UPDATE: Supervisor booth, see the comments), in front of the old tunnel administration building on North Street.
By itself, it's kind of an interesting little building, but it also sports the turnpike's two original logos - one showing Paul Revere ("The Nash Ramblers are coming! The Nash Ramblers are coming!"), the other featuring this green arrow through the Pilgrim hat that was allegedly how founding turnpike honcho William Callahan (our version of Robert Moses) chose to stick it to the Brahmins.