Lechmere Warehouse station

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Lechmere Warehouse station in April 2014.jpg
Inbound platform viewed in 2014
Location 225 Wildwood Avenue
Woburn, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°29′35″N 71°08′00″W / 42.49312°N 71.13333°W / 42.49312; -71.13333Coordinates: 42°29′35″N 71°08′00″W / 42.49312°N 71.13333°W / 42.49312; -71.13333
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Opened 1979[1]
Closed 1996
Passengers (1983 daily) 17[2]
Preceding station   MBTA.svg MBTA   Following station
Lowell Line
limited service
toward Lowell

Lechmere Warehouse station was a railroad stop in Woburn, Massachusetts. It served the Lowell Line of the MBTA Commuter Rail system. The station, located in northwestern Woburn away from the residential areas, primarily served reverse commuters working at the adjacent warehouse of the Lechmere department store. It was a flag stop, with certain northbound stops during the morning rush and southbound trains during the evening rush stopping on request.


The station opened in 1979 and consisted of two low platforms about 60 feet long serving the line's two tracks. The station was never heavily used; in 1983, it had just 17 daily riders.[2] The stop was discontinued around 1996 when the Lechmere company was sold to Montgomery Ward and the stores closed. The platforms are still extant.


  1. ^ Belcher, Jonathan (22 March 2014). "Changes to Transit Service in the MBTA district" (PDF). NETransit. Retrieved 7 April 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Humphrey, Thomas J.; Clark, Norton D. (1985). Boston's Commuter Rail: The First 150 Years. Boston Street Railway Association. ISBN 9780685412947.