165 Prince St., North End
A short jaunt down from Mafia boss Angiulo's headquarters, the hulking garage where The Great Brink's Robbery occurred still stands today, bordered by Prince, Commercial, and Hull streets. It is used for Fleet Center event parking.
The Great Brink's Robbery dominated newspaper headlines for weeks. The Brink's Gang -- Joseph J. "Specs" O'Keefe, Adolph "Jazz" Maffie, Anthony Pino, Thomas F. Richardson, Joseph McGinnis, Stanley A. Gusciora, Vincent J. Costa, Joseph S. Banfield, Henry Baker, Michael V. Geagan, and James I. Faherty -- inspired several books and even a 1978 movie starring Peter Falk. According to the FBI, O'Keefe confessed to the Brink's robbery in January 1956; Gusciora died in July 1956; Banfield died in 1955; and the remaining eight gangsters were tried in August 1956 in the Suffolk County Courthouse. They were found guilty and received life sentences.