Bellevue (MBTA station)
Bellevue on a snowy day
|Address||35 Colbert Street
West Roxbury, MA 02132-1239
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Parking||37 spaces (2 disabled)|
|Owned by||Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority|
Bellevue is a MBTA commuter rail station in West Roxbury, Massachusetts in Boston serving the Needham Line. The original depot, now demolished, was built circa 1870 by the Boston and Providence Railroad.
- 35: Dedham Mall/Stimson St. - Forest Hills Station via Belgrade Ave. & Centre St.
- 36: Charles River Loop or V.A. Hospital - Forest Hills Station via Belgrade Ave. & Centre St.
- 37: Baker & Vermont Sts. - Forest Hills Station via Belgrade Ave. & Centre St.
- 38: Wren St. - Forest Hills Station via Centre & South Streets
Like the entirety of the Needham Line, Bellevue is fully wheelchair accessible. The main platform is low, but the one-car-length high level platform at the western end of the station provides full accessibility.
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