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Blue Line blues

Rapid-transit extension to Lynn still on table, but funds are lacking

MBTA inspector Bill Donovan, of Amesbury, checks records at the Wonderland station on the Blue Line, the northern end of the line. MBTA inspector Bill Donovan, of Amesbury, checks records at the Wonderland station on the Blue Line, the northern end of the line. (Boston Globe Photo / Lisa Poole)
By Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / April 6, 2008

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Naija Lowery hasn't followed the long history of attempts to expand the Blue Line 4.5 miles from Wonderland in Revere to Lynn. She doesn't keep tabs on the debate over the hundreds of millions of dollars the state doesn't have to build it. All she knows is that if rapid transit came to Lynn, she could spend about an hour ... (Full article: 937 words)

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