Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway
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The Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway (Eastern Mass) was a streetcar and later bus company in eastern Massachusetts, serving most suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts. It was acquired by Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, which still runs some of its routes, in 1968.
BERy connection points
The Eastern Mass connected to the Boston Elevated Railway (BERy) system at many points; through service continued along BERy trackage at some.
- Milton Lower Mills
- Forest Hills - the Hyde Park division was leased to the BERy ca. 1930, unifying routes across Forest Hills but creating other connection points.
- Arlington Heights
- West Medford
- Middlesex Fells
- Malden Center
- Chelsea - the Chelsea division was sold to the BERy in 1936, unifying routes across Charlestown and Chelsea but creating other connection points.
- Suffolk Downs
- Fields Corner
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