ⓘ Dover station (MBTA)

Dover station (MBTA)

ⓘ Dover station (MBTA)

Dover station was an elevated rapid transit station located above Washington Street at Dover Street in the South End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. It served the Washington Street Elevated, part of the MBTAs Orange Line, from 1901 until 1987.

Open East-street Berkeley street-level bus station at the Washington street branch of the mbta silver line bus rapid transit service on the website in 2002. He served in the SL4 and SL5 routes of the silver line, as well as reviews several local bus routes. Like all silver line stops in East Street in Berkeley is available.

  • trips to Concord and Dover the latter of which served Durham. On June 30, 1967, the Concord trip was cut back to Lowell and the Dover trip to Haverhill
  • immediately south - southwest of the main MBTA Amtrak South Station terminal, and is located above the station platforms and tracks. The building, completed
  • is now the MBTA Commuter Rail system. Branching off the still - operating Needham Line at Needham Junction, it ran through the towns of Dover Medfield
  • track railroad branch line which connects the MBTA Lowell Line in Wilmington, Massachusetts to the MBTA Haverhill Line at Wilmington Junction. The total
  • The Needham Line is a branch of the MBTA Commuter Rail system, running west from downtown Boston, Massachusetts through Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale
  • section of the elevated ran only to Dudley Square, with intermediate stations at Dover and Northampton. The Atlantic Avenue Elevated opened on August 22
  • Changes to Transit Service in the MBTA District 1964 - Present PDF m00209, MBTA Green Line - - unused tunnel at Boylston station rec.railroad May 5, 1994 RTSPCC
  • Pleasant Street. Belcher, Jonathan 27 June 2015 Changes to Transit Service in the MBTA district 1964 - 2015 PDF NETransit. Retrieved 5 September 2015.

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