MBTA is pleased to provide increased train service to and from the annual celebration of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts, known as Haunted Happenings.
Special Event round trip tickets for the extra trains to and from Salem, Ma. will be sold at North Station, Beverly, and on the extra trains. You may also download the MBTA Mobile Ticketing App to purchase Special Event round trip tickets for the extra trains. Tickets are now on sale.
The schedules of the extra trains are as follows:
Weekend Prior to Halloween (Saturday, October 26, and Sunday, October 27)
The extra Inbound trains and extra Outbound trains displayed in below in orange will operate in addition to the regularly scheduled trains shown in black on Saturday, October 26, and Sunday, October 27, which are posted below.
Halloween (Thursday October 31)
The schedules of the extra Inbound trains to Salem and Boston to be operated on Halloween (Thursday, October 31) are posted below.
The schedules of the extra Outbound trains from Boston to Salem, Rockport, and Newburyport to be operated on Halloween (Thursday, October 31) are posted below.
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