A set of Seimens 0700's is ready to depart with a friendly wave of the operator.
Bowdoin the current end of the Blue Line. There have been ideas to close this station or extend the Blue to Charles MGH.
Once upon a time the Aquarium station was very dimly lit. But a rebuild has changed that and it is now one of the best stations for photos. The T now has a headlights on policy another new change.
The 0700's built by Siemens replaced the 0600's #4 cars in 2007. Seen at the new Airport with "MBTA Dog" at the controller. Here, trains switch between overhead and 3rd rail.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) 700-series no. 0774 (Siemens, 2007-2009) is the lead motor on an inbound Blue Line train, erroneously signed for Wonde... (more)
Three of a Kind. An inbound Blue Line train arrived at Beachmont station, which features these three unique and massive catenary support structures.
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 retraces an old narrow gauge ROW.