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Green Street Station is a station on the MBTA Orange Line, located in the southern part of Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts at 150 Green Street, near the intersection of Green Street and Amory Street. It primarily serves surrounding residential neighborhoods and is half a mile from Jamaica Plain's primary business district on Centre Street.
The Gallery @ Green Street is a contemporary art gallery located in a storefront of the station building. It is the only art gallery located in a subway station in Boston.
The station provides access to many parks located in Jamaica Plain. Franklin Park is east of the station, and to its west is Jamaica Pond, part of Boston's Emerald Necklace of parks. The station is also located along the linear Southwest Corridor Park which tracks the Southwest Corridor.
The station is fully wheelchair accessible.
- The MBTA's official page for this station
- Photos of this station from world.nycsubway.org
- The Gallery @ Green Street
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