MBTA Green Line trains are going along Beacon Street under snow covered trees.
Sometimes you have to get out and dig! MBTA trolley snowplow 5138 and its crew work to clear the Beacon Street line (now the MBTA C Line) in Brookline, MA, during a February 1969 blizzard that dep... (more)
Business as usual on the MBTA Green Line as firefighters fight a three-alarm fire in a store near Coolidge Corner.
The end of PCC operation was near on the MBTA's C Line (Cleveland Circle/Beacon Street) as this pair departed the Coolidge Corner stop in Brookline on an inbound run.
A Roger Puta photograph.
Type 8 3855 gets the clear signal to cross Carlton Street on its trip to Cleveland Circle, while cars get the green light to head up and down Beacon Street.
With no passengers to pick up or drop off, this C Train races through the Hawes Street stop heading inbound along Beacon Street. See EXIF Data for pan info.
The MBTA (T) was looking for a replacement for the whole fleet of PCC cars. One manufacturer sent two Canadian Light Rail Vehicles for a demonstraion on the T. This CLRV is on the Cleveland Circle... (more)
Charlie would love this shot of the street cars that kept him beneath the streets of Boston. This is a generic shot of PCC cars between runs at Cleveland Circle on one of 5 ends points on the Gree... (more)
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.