Waban is one of the thirteen villages within the city of Newton in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. It is bordered by the Charles River and Route 9 to the south, and Route 16 to the west. Waban was once a heavily forested area which developed as an agricultural village in the 19th century. By the 1860s, it was known for its orchards, farms and nurseries. The Cochituate Aqueduct, now partly converted to a walking trail, was built in 1846-48 and ran through the village. Development in Waban accelerated after 1886 with the opening of the rail station by the Boston & Albany Railroad as part of the Highland Branch extending to Riverside. Waban is now served by the MBTA Green D Line.
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