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The affected train has been transported to Wellington Yard where it will undergo an inspection. Damage to the 3rd rail was found and repairs are being made at this time. We hope to resume service soon.

That is correct. The new Orange Line train is currently in the Wellington yard.

Special delivery! On Tuesday, one of the new Orange Line cars was shipped from Wellington Yard in Medford to our Red Line yard in South Boston. The car will be used to train operators on the new car type. Learn more at:

Wellington’s maintenance facility was built in the ‘70s & needed modernizing. We completed installation of 4 new bridge cranes & a new hoist with more service bays & new diagnostic equipment to come. The Wellington Yard is also getting new track, power, signals, & repair tech.

Since we’ll be increasing the number of cars in our Orange Line fleet to 152, we recently completed the addition of six brand new storage tracks at Wellington. The new tracks help us move trains through the yard and help with storing trains when they’re not in service.

Good Morning Adam. There was a smoke condition in the last car of a train at State. The train was taken out of service and is heading to the Wellington yard.

#MBTA #OrangeLine : Delays of up to 15 minutes due to a train with a mechanical problem departing Wellington Yard. Some trains may hold at stations or operate under restricted speeds.

Wellington Yard & Maintenance Facility is where the Orange Line’s cars are stored and maintained. And, in order to accommodate a whole new fleet, we’re expanding the yard, and expanding and renovating the maintenance facility. This expansion has a few different components:

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The train cars we toured at Wellington Yard in Medford today signal the first steps in the delivery of 152 new #OrangeLine  cars into the #MBTA  fleet, completely replacing the nearly 40-year-old cars in operation today.

#MBTA FMCB Approves Contract to Rebuild Wellington Yard & Upgrade Orange Line Signal System. Today, the FMCB voted to award a $102.7 million contract to Barletta Heavy Division for a 36-month project to support the arrival of the 152 new #OrangeLine  cars!

The first four new #MBTA  #OrangeLine  cars have arrived! Testing will begin at Wellington train yard on Monday.

Wellington's iconic Ferns sculpture seen dumped at waste yard

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WATCH Wanderers' Scott Jamieson’s 30-yard belter that was ruled out against Wellington:

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