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South Station Theatre

Summer St & Dorchester Ave
Downtown Boston (Boston) MA

Demolished 1970
Record #22834  
 Opened: 1936
 Closed: Yes (date unknown)
 Demolished: 1970
Capacity: 550 seats
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Information for this tour was contributed by Edward Findlay.

The South Station Theater was built into the existing 1899 railroad terminal. The theater itself opened in 1936 opposite track 27 and was converted into a chapel by the 1950s. It, along with everything else in that wing of the terminal, was demolished in 1970.



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Last featured 6/24/2003. Last edited 3/4/2011.

 
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