Back Bay Station

Back Bay Station

A look outside the station. Photo by Michael Kappel

About Back Bay Station

Back Bay Station, located in Boston, Massachusetts, is a short distance away from picturesque Cambridge and all of its amenities.

The station offers easy access to the Orange Line, and is a stone’s throw away from Copley Square, off the Green Line on the MBTA.

In addition to the T subway system, Back Bay Station serves as an excellent way to unite visitors from Providence, Stoughton, Franklin, Needham, Worcester, and Framingham with their loved ones. It also has connecting trains from New York City, and as far off as Miami, Florida.

Back Bay Station History

Boston’s Back Bay Station opened in 1987 and was commissioned by then-Governor and Brookline resident Michael Dukakis. It is connected to the Copley Place Mall, which is connected to the Prudential Shops.

Those who are looking to travel to Cambridge, Massachusetts will find an easy way to access the town at Back Bay Station.

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