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Starts & Stops

New find sheds light on an old T stop

An old Arlington Street sign was uncovered at the Arlington MBTA Station. 'We had no idea it was back there,' project manager Winifred A. Stopps said of the mosaic.
By Mac Daniel
February 18, 2007

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Arlington station on the Green Line is undergoing its fourth renovation since its tunnel was first dug in 1913. In the current construction chaos, a piece of the past was recently uncovered. A tip of the hat to Jonathan of Back Bay , who pointed this out via e-mail. (Full article: 1614 words)

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