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Fare : USD 2.40, one way, Boylston Street to Park Street

Timings : Sunday: 12:03 AM - 11:55 PM
Monday: 12:10 AM - 11:55 PM
Tuesday – Friday: 12:05 AM - 11:55 PM
Saturday: 12:05 AM - 11:53 PM

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Tremont Street Subway, Boston Overview

Tremont Street subway is recognized as National Historic Landmark, as it is the nation’s oldest subway tunnel having opened in 1897 and running across 6-acres. It has paved way for the development of subways in the United States and is still in use, making it the world’s third oldest subway system to be running by the means of electric traction.

One can experience its might as it is a part of the Green Line on the Boston subway. A part of the tunnel is not in use but is under preservation of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. This subway connecting Boylston Street to Park Street was built under Howard A. Carson, and hence it’s the ride is a must for anyone visiting Boston.

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