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New Greenbush line taking time to catch on

Many quit commuter boat, not car, to ride the rails

Riders on the Greenbush Line, including Craig Comins of Hingham, often find plenty of room to stretch during their commute. Riders on the Greenbush Line, including Craig Comins of Hingham, often find plenty of room to stretch during their commute. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / January 29, 2008

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Buy a ticket for the new $513 million commuter train line and take a seat. Better yet, take two seats. Lie down on a row of three if you want. There is plenty of room. (Full article: 1068 words)

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