Pair Of PCCs. On the night of February 25, 2021, two of MBTA's veteran Pullman-Standard 1945–1946 built PCC (Presidents' Conference Committee) cars sit in Mattapan, Massachusetts awaiting the ne... (more)
This stop was also a fav of mine, here # 2 Red Line cars built by UTDC roll into the station.
This was one of my fav places on the T. Even though Boston is minutes away, here you felt like you were in some small town.
A trolley at the rural like Capen Street stop with the lovely Operator Rasberry at the controls.
A PCC trolley arrives at Cedar Grove. Going on this line was like going back in time.
The only part of the T where trolleys actually mix with city traffic.
Boston Runs on Dunkin! A type 7 trolley arrives at BUSY Park Street Station. Dunkin Donuts stores are litterally steps from each other in Boston and on the T.
The 1960's recreated as both these cars and this lovely lady's outfit are vintage 1960's. The cars are due to be retired, but I cannot speak for the lady's outfit.
The newest cars in the fleet, CRRC 1900 series arrives at Charles MGH
A set of 01800's built by Bombardier arrive at Charles MGH.
A set of Seimens 0700's is ready to depart with a friendly wave of the operator.
Sunday Flag Stop. Arriving from Boston North Station.
Over the River to Salem. An inbound crosses in spectacular fall light to Beverly.
Mist, Coastline, and Layovers. Two MBTA Sets await their next Sunday assignment back to Boston as spurts of sun cut through the humidity on the South Coast.
Pushing to Boston. Flag stop on a quiet morning, 20 minutes from Boston North Station.