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Categories: Articles with short description, Yellow Line (Washington Metro), Railway lines opened in 1983, Airport rail links in the United States, 1983 establishments in Virginia
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Yellow Line  Gold Line  Line YL  L'Enfant-Pentagon River Crossing  L'Enfant-Pentagon River Crossing Route
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The Yellow Line is a rapid transit line of the Washington Metro system that runs between Huntington in Virginia and Mount Vernon Square in Washington, D.C. It consists of 13 stations in Fairfax County, Alexandria County, and Arlington County in Virginia, as well as Washington, D.C. It is the only line that does not enter Maryland. Wikipedia
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The Yellow Line is a rapid transit line of the Washington Metro system that runs between Huntington in Virginia and Mount Vernon Square in Washington, D.C. It consists of 13 stations in Fairfax County, Alexandria County, and Arlington County in Virginia, as well as Washington, D.C. It is the only line that does not enter Maryland. Wikipedia
Whose southern terminus is Huntington, Virginia Wikipedia Disambiguation
Washington Metro rapid transit line Wikidata