Needham Center (MBTA station)

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Needham Center MBTA station, Needham MA.jpg
Needham Center MBTA station
Station statistics
Address Great Plain Avenue & Eaton Square
Needham, MA 02492
Coordinates 42°16′49″N 71°14′16″W / 42.2804°N 71.2378°W / 42.2804; -71.2378Coordinates: 42°16′49″N 71°14′16″W / 42.2804°N 71.2378°W / 42.2804; -71.2378
Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 1
Parking 36 spaces (2 Disabled)
Bicycle facilities 6
Other information
Opened c1870 (or c1887)
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Fare zone 2
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Needham Line

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.


External links[edit]

1904 image of the original Needham New Haven Railroad Station.