Needham Center (MBTA station)
Needham Center MBTA station
|Location||Great Plain Avenue & Eaton Square
Needham, MA 02492
|Owned by||Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Parking||36 spaces (2 Disabled)|
|Opened||c1870 (or c1887)|
Needham Center is the penultimate MBTA Commuter Rail station serving the Needham Line. It was originally built in 1870 (although some sources claim it was built in 1887), and was much larger than it is today. Needham Center Station was built on a line that originally ran between Medfield Junction and what is today Newton Highlands station on the "D" Branch of the MBTA Green Line.
Daily inbound boardings: 380 (2009)
- 59: Needham Junction - Watertown Sq. Via Newtonville
This station is fully wheelchair accessible.
- MBTA Needham Center Page
- Original and Remaining Needham Center station (Existing stations in Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
- Station from Great Plain Avenue from Google Maps Street View
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