Boston wakes up to 6 inches of snow freshly fallen on the ground from the winter storm the previous night. As people head into the city for the first accumulation of the year, an eastbound Green ... (more)
During my visit to Boston over the long weekend, I decided to go get some good photographs of the abundant transit action around the city. Just 36 hours after a snowstorm dumped a half foot of fre... (more)
The last El in Boston. Type 7 at North Station about a month before the last elevated in Boston was abandoned and demolished in favor of a new route underground.
Outbound Type 7 leans into the curve on the now demolished elevated. This the last "EL" that was left in Boston closed in June of 2004 with the new route underground.
Inbound on the now demolished elevated which was the last in Boston. The new green line is now in a subway that approaches Science Park on an incline to this point.
An outbound trolley waiting for passengers at the now demolished North Station "El" stop. The elevated, the last one in Boston was torn down in 2004 for a new route via subway.
This scene is completely gone, the station, elevated, north station are all long gone. The new north station is underground sharing a super station with the orange line.
LRV's on the Green "D" line inbound through Newton. This former B&A line was one of the first in the USA to be converted from railroad to rapid transit in 1959. The LRV's are retired.
This was the worst storm of the 99-2000 season in Boston (which was not much by their standards) Despite the weather, an LRV makes a stop. The LRV's are now retired.
Outbound Green Line LRV aftre 9-10" of snow had fallen in the Boston area. These LRV's are now retired.