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Arlington is located 6 miles northwest of Boston
Arlington covers 5.5 square miles
Population is approximately 43,000
Interesting Facts
  • Robbins Library contains the oldest continuously operated free children’s library in the country.
  • Arlington had a large ice industry on Spy Pond from the mid-19th century until the last ice house burned down in 1930.
  • In 1867 the name “Arlington” was chosen in honor of those buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
  • The water tower at Park Circle is an exact copy of the rotunda of the ancient Greek Arsinoeon of Samothrace.
  • The first spreadsheet software program, VisiCalc, was developed in 1979 by Bob Frankston and Dan Bricklin in Frankston’s Arlington apartment.
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  • Public transportation is provided through numerous bus routes by the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA).
  • Arlington is bounded on the south by Route 2.
  • Alewife Station (Red Line) is located just over the Arlington border in Cambridge and goes into Boston.

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