Holbrook/Randolph

Holbrook/Randolph

Why is my last ever Commuter Rail station review of Holbrook/Randolph, a station that’s less than 15 miles from Boston, gets served by every single Middleborough/Lakeville Line train, and has connections to two, count ’em, two local bus routes? The world...
Foxboro (and the “Foxboro Pilot”!)

Foxboro (and the “Foxboro Pilot”!)

Alright, strap in for a long preamble: for me, getting the first trip on a new MBTA Commuter Rail service ain’t how it used to be. While I could’ve attempted to ride the first inbound train at 5:47 (potentially winning Patriots tickets, apparently), I...
GUEST POST: Grafton

GUEST POST: Grafton

Ben sent in his take on the Grafton Commuter Rail station. Thanks, Ben! Grafton station. It’s a nice little station on the Worcester line. The station itself is in the middle of absolute nowhere, near the Shrewsbury town line, off of State Route 30. The station...
Wollaston

Wollaston

There have been too many openings this week! First the new Orange Line cars, and now, after a year and a half of Yankee shuttles, Wollaston has finally reopened. If you don’t feel like reading the whole post, I’ll just say that it’s a great station...
Canton Junction

Canton Junction

I’ve gotten a few social media comments on my critical look at Canton Center telling me that Canton Junction is the worse of the two. I guess the answer to which one is worse comes down to one question: do you prefer a tiny little nothing station, or do you...