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  1. Airport
    The $23 million modernized Airport station began construction on in April 2000. The new station, located approximately 500 feet east of the old station, opened June 3, 2004 Learn More
  2. Alewife
    Alewife station is named after Alewife Brook, a nearby tributary of the Mystic River. The alewife is a species of fish which inhabits the Mystic River system. Learn More
  3. Andrew
    This station includes the Andrew Station Time Capsule, a public art installation by Ross Miller, consisting of 14 stainless steel boxes suspended over the tracks, which contain items collected from riders during station renovation in 1993. Learn More
  4. Aquarium
    Previously referred to as Atlantic Avenue station, Aquarium was renamed on February 13, 1967, as part of a general rebranding by the newly created MBTA. Learn More
  5. Arlington
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; Arlington station is located at the eastern end of the Back Bay neighborhood, one of the most prosperous areas of Boston. Opened on November 13, 1921. Learn More
  6. Ashmont
    The first Ashmont Station was a simple building which opened in 1872. That was when steam locomotives powered the passenger trains that continued into Boston with a stop at Fields Corner. Learn More
  7. Back Bay
    The current Back Bay Station opened May 4, 1987 as part of the Orange Line's Southwest Corridor project and was dedicated by Governor Michael Dukakis. Learn More
  8. Beachmont
    One of a very small number of rapid transit elevated stations remaining in the MBTA system, Beachmont was opened in January 19, 1954. Learn More
  9. Beaconsfield
    The Beaconsfield station is situated by Jean B. Waldstein playground, a recreational area acquired and constructed in 1901 under the condition that no apartment buildings or stables be erected there on. Learn More
  10. Blue Line
    The Blue Line is one of four subway lines of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) serving Downtown, East Boston and the North Shore. The Blue Line is the only MBTA subway line to serve only a single district in the State Senate Learn More

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