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Wellesley Hills Train Station
339 Washington St, Wellesley, MA 02481
Wellesley Hills Train Station, a stop on the MBTA's Framingham-Worcester Commuter Rail line,  is locatedMore approximately 1.5 miles east of Wellesley Square. This station is located on a busy street, surrounded by shops and restaurants. Parking is available in a small, paid lot and also along the street in metered spaces. The street parking is not available from 4pm - 6pm.
Hastings Village
62 Hastings St, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481
Hastings Village in Wellesley is an apartment complex located close to downtown Wellesley. The complex's modern andMore stylish units feature private garages, decks and updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The village is close to MBTA stops and major roadways.
Wellesley Square Train Station
1 Grove St, Wellesley, MA 02482
Wellesley Square Train Station is a stop on the MBTA's Framingham-Worcester Commuter Rail line. The stop is located at 1More Grove St., near the Wellesley Square Post Office. The station has 224 parking spaces, including handicapped accessible spots. Parking is available on the north and south sides of the tracks, with the north side accessible from Linden Street. For a complete train schedule, click here.
Wellesley Farms Train Station
90 Croton St, Wellesley, MA 02481
Wellesley Farms Train Station, a stop on the MBTA's Framingham-Worcester line, is approximately 1.2 miles eastMore of Wellesley Hills. The station is on the National Register of Historic Places. The old stone and slate-roofed station, which no longer bears glass in its windows, is marked with a sign proclaiming this distinction. This train station is located in a residential neighborhood, and is graced with a large parking lot.
Wellesley Historical Society, Inc.
229 Washington St, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481
The Wellesley Historical Society was founded in 1925 by a group of citizens who wanted to establish an organization thatMore would collect, preserve and promote Wellesley's rich heritage. The society's headquarters, which are three blocks east of the Wellesley Hills MBTA commuter train station, now serve as the town's historical resource center. Situated next to the Wellesley Community Center, the society hosts open houses, an annual lecture series and other special events throughout the year. The building also houses a variety of objects from the area's early settlers and town founders.
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