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  1. 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
  2. Chinatown
    In addition to its location at the edge of Boston's Chinatown, the station is located within the Washington Street Theatre District. Just one block away is Emerson College. Learn More
  3. Downtown Crossing
    Downtown Crossing station opened on November 30, 1908 and is the main transfer point between the Orange Line and the Red Line Learn More
  4. Forest Hills
    Forest Hills station was constructed of brick, steel and glass, with architecture meant to reflect the greenhouses of the surrounding parks. The station's clock tower has become a local landmark. Learn More
  5. Green Street
    Green Street station primarily serves the surrounding residential neighborhoods and is half a mile from Jamaica Plain's primary business district. Learn More
  6. Haymarket
    Haymarket station was opened on November 30, 1908 and is where one would get off to see the sights and attractions of the New England Aquarium. Learn More
  7. Jackson Square
    Jackson Square station is located in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood. The station opened in 1987 along with the rest of the southern Orange Line stations. Learn More
  8. Malden
    Malden Station opened on December 27, 1975 and is one of a small number of elevated rapid transit stations remaining in the MBTA system. Learn More
  9. Mass Ave
    A nearby attraction at the Mass Ave station is Symphony Hall, home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Learn More
  10. North Station
    The main concourse of North Station is located at street level immediately below TD Garden Learn More

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