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Get To Know The Town Of MiddleboroMiddleboro, the cranberry capital of the world and a major center of antiques, is the second largest town by land area in Massachusetts. The population of the town is approximately 23,116. The area that the town covers is 72.16 square miles. Middleboro also has its own accredited school system Teaching K-12. Middleborough was settled in 1660, and incorporated in 1669.
Middleboro is located 38 miles from Boston, 22 miles from New Bedford, and 30 miles from Providence, Rhode Island. Middleboro is located on Route 44 to Plymouth, and Routes 28 and 495 to Cape Cod. It is also on Route 79 to Fall River, and Routes 18 and 105 to New Bedford. Middleboro is also on Route 44 to Taunton and Providence, Rhode Island.
Since the 1840's Middleboro has served as a major rail transportation hub for southeastern Massachusetts, with at one time, five rail lines radiating out from the town. Today three rail lines radiate from Middleborough, toward Boston, Taunton and Cape Cod. Two rail freight companies serve Middleborough: CSX Transportation, which serves the Boston, Taunton and a short portion of the Cape Cod lines; and the Massachusetts Coastal Railroad, which serves Cape Cod. The nearby Middleborough/Lakeville commuter rail station of the MBTA's commuter rail system provides frequent direct service to Boston's South Station. The nearest inter-city (Amtrak) passenger rail stations are Providence, Route 128 station in Westwood and Boston's South Station.