ⓘ Egleston station

Egleston station

ⓘ Egleston station

Egleston was a rapid transit station in Boston, Massachusetts. It served the Washington Street Elevated, part of the MBTAs Orange Line. It was located over Egleston Square at the intersection of Washington Street and Columbus Avenue in the Roxbury neighborhood. The station opened in November 1909, and was closed in April 1987 when the Orange Line was rerouted to the west along the Southwest Corridor.

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  • and North Station It connects with Amtrak service at Back Bay and North Station and with MBTA Commuter Rail service at Back Bay, North Station Forest
  • services in its final days. The 9 to City Point ended in 1953, and the 43 to Egleston was cut back to Lenox Street in 1956, cut back to the portal in 1961, and
  • the Mount Pleasant Branch and the privately endowed Fellowes Athenaeum. Egleston Square, 2044 Columbus Avenue, Roxbury. Opened on July 8, 1953 the building
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  • with small glass atriums at the entrance. Davison s also sponsored the Egleston Children s Christmas Parade, whose route still passes the former downtown
  • I - 93 passing underneath in the Dewey Square Tunnel and Big Dig. South Station is on the southeast corner of the square, with Amtrak and MBTA Commuter

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