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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Boston College
    Boston College, alma mater to celebrity personalities such as Saturday Night Live comedian, Amy Poehler, actor Chris O'Donnell and the legendary Leonard Nimoy. Learn More
  4. Boylston
    After more than a century of continuous operation (since 1897), Boylston station retains an appearance closer its original look than any other station in the MBTA system. Learn More
  5. Brookline Hills
    The Brookline Hills station, opened on July 4, 1959, and is located near Brookline High School, whose notable alumni include popular personalities such as John Hodgman, Conan O'Brien, and 60 Minutes journalist Mike Wallace. Learn More
  6. Brookline Village
    The Brookline Village station opened on July 4, 1959 and serves the neighboring community of Brookline, Massachusetts, birthplace of late night television icon, Conan O'Brien. Learn More
  7. Chestnut Hill
    The nearby Chestnut HillReservoir was developed in 1870 by renowned Central Park designer and landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted. The station itself was opened on July 4, 1959 and serves a daily traffic of about 778 passengers. Learn More
  8. Cleveland Circle
    Opened in 1932, the Cleveland Circle junction acts as a portal and interchange between the westernmost parts of the Green Line. Learn More
  9. Copley
    Located by Copley Square, this station is named after John Singleton Copley, a famous portrait painter of the late 18th century and native Bostonian. Learn More
  10. Eliot
    The Eliot station was accidentally misnamed when at its opening in 1959 the station signs were mixed up with the Waban station's and was kept that way since it was easier to change station names than to reprint train schedules. Learn More

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