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Boston Elevated Railway

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  1. Originally intended to build a short electric trolley line to Brookline, the West End Street Railway was organized in 1887

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  2. a precursor first to the Metropolitan Transit Authority in Massachusetts , and now to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, operating rapid transit, streetcars and buses in the Boston, Massachusetts area

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  3. The rapid transit lines have evolved into the Red, Blue and Orange Lines

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  4. The only streetcars that remain are the various branches of the Green Line and the Ashmont-Mattapan High Speed Line

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  5. the rest have been converted to buses

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