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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Braintree
    Opened in March 22, 1980, it is the southernmost station on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Red Line. Learn More
  5. Broadway
    Broadway station opened on December 15, 1917 as part of the Dorchester Extension of the "Cambridge Connection" from Downtown Crossing. Learn More
  6. Butler
    The station opened in 1929 when the Ashmont Learn More
  7. Capen
    A small shelter is located on the inbound platform of Capen station. It has no fare controls so fares from the station are paid on the train. Learn More
  8. Cedar Grove
    Cedar Grove station was opened in 1929 and sees an average ridership of about 91 passengers. Learn More
  9. Central
    Central station is located near Central Square which is known for its wide variety of ethnic restaurants, churches, bars, and live music and theatre venues Learn More
  10. Central Ave
    Central Ave station opened in 1929 and supports a ridership of about 521 passengers. Learn More

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