At Park Street Station, one of the many thousands of users of T system - Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority - expect to board your train in green line, the oldest subway line of the MBTA.
The Type 7 trolley has had mixed reviews by its riders, but is undoubtedly an icon of the MBTA. #3699 has certainly seen better days, as it makes a station stop at the Museum of Fine Arts stop on ... (more)
The winter of 2015 was brutal for Boston's Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. The subway and commuter rail lines were repeatedly crippled by the season's 105.7 inches of snow. Ingested sn... (more)
Out past Brigham Circle on the Green Line's E Branch, the street-running trolley is alive and well. Bell ringing and horn blaring to alert cars and pedestrians to the lumbering two-car train's mot... (more)
Inbound at Kenmore.
This image was taken in early February at Government Center as a dozen commuters or so wait for a Green Line E train going to the end of the line at Lechmere. This is the seventh B or D train that... (more)