Holbrook/Randolph station platform in 2010
|Location||Union Street and Center Street|
|Owned by||Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority|
|Line(s)||Middleborough Main Line|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Connections||MBTA Bus: 238, 240|
|Parking||369 spaces ($4.00 daily)|
14 accessible spaces
|Bicycle facilities||8 spaces|
|Opened||1846 (Fall River Railroad)|
September 29, 1997 (MBTA)
|Closed||June 30, 1959 (NYNH&H)|
|Passengers (2018)||473 (weekday average boardings)|
Holbrook/Randolph (also signed as Randolph/Holbrook) is an MBTA Commuter Rail station in Randolph, Massachusetts. It serves the Middleborough/Lakeville Line. It is located at the junction of Union and Center Streets near the border of Randolph and Holbrook.
From 1984 to 1988, the Cape Cod & Hyannis Railroad stopped near the current station site. Holbrook/Randolph station opened in September 1997; it is located on the Middleborough Main Line, opened in 1846 as the Fall River Railroad.
The station is served by two MBTA Bus routes:
- Central Transportation Planning Staff (2019). "2018 Commuter Rail Counts". Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
- Pillsbury, Fred (June 30, 1984). "Passenger train service to Cape Cod begins anew: Hyannis, Falmouth--All aboard!". Boston Globe. p. 1 – via ProQuest Historical Newspapers.
- Cape Cod & Hyannis Railroad Spring Schedule, Cape Cod and Hyannis Railroad, May 27, 1988 – via Wikimedia Commons
- Belcher, Jonathan. "Changes to Transit Service in the MBTA district" (PDF). NETransit.
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