Inbound train. That's Janice photographing the action.
Inbound commuter train during the biggest snow of the 1999-2000 winter in Boston. The tracks to the left is the end of the Orange Line.
This scene simply does not exist any more. The surface stop, elevated and Boston Garden - North Station have been demolished. North Station was rebuilt, the Fleet Center is above it and the green ... (more)
Inbound Blue Line train. These 0600's #4 cars were replaced in 2009 after 30 years of service with a preserved pair going to Seashore Trolley Museum. The Blue Line runs on the old right of way of ... (more)
LRV's on the Green "D" line inbound through Newton. This is a former B&A line and one of the first in the USA to be converted from standard rail to rapid transit in 1959. The Boeing LRV's are now ... (more)
01500's series "red birds" wait to head to Boston. These were the orignal south shore cars and are the oldest on the Red Line aside from the Mattapan PCC route. The Braintree station was opened in... (more)
MBTA Commuter train in old South Station under reconstruction in 1986. Thee station now has high level platforms and a parking garage.
Specially painted MBTA GP 9 painted in old B&M scheme.
A line up of power at Boston's South Station. F40's were still pulling most trains but the catanary tells a story of change.
At the hieght of the worst snowstorm of the winter of 1999-2000 a green line trolley makes a stop inbound. 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.
Inbound Red Line train at Braintree in the worst snowstorm of the 1999-2000 season.
Outbound MBTA Orange Line Train in a heavy snowstorm.
Inbound commuter train at Oak Grove during the biggest snow of the 1999-2000 winter.
Just coming out of Beacon Hill Tunnel heading into Charles MGH. This station has since been rebuilt.