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.
A Type 7 arrives in Park Street via the oldest Subway in the USA. Unique feature of Park Street on the inbound side is a track right in the middle of the platform you can walk across.
Type 7 built by Kinki Sharyo has been the most reliable trolley since the PCC serving Boston from the mid 1980's. This bit of the E branch is in the street but may change in the future.
Type 8 trolley built by Breda is rolling through a bit of the T that is a throwback to the trolley era rolling in mixed traffic. Plans being considered may alter this view in the future.
A Kinki Sharyo Type 7 has just passed a Type 9 in deluge. Boston as seen an unsual wet and unsettled summer this year. The 7's have been the most reliable trolley's since the PCC.
A Type 9 trolley waits at North Station now in the Subway. Once this was an elevated stop, click here to see how it was in 2004.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Type 7 LRV no. 3671 (Kinki Sharyo, 1986-1988) is seen arriving at Park St Station on the Green Line, operating an E ser... (more)
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MBTA 3917 is seen laid up at the T's Reservoir Carhouse. In the background, Kinki Sharyo Type 7 LRVs and an AnsaldoBreda Type 8 LRV can also be seen, providing a comparison of t... (more)
Boston wakes up to 6 inches of snow freshly fallen on the ground from the winter storm the previous night. As people head into the city for the first accumulation of the year, an eastbound Green ... (more)
During my visit to Boston over the long weekend, I decided to go get some good photographs of the abundant transit action around the city. Just 36 hours after a snowstorm dumped a half foot of fre... (more)
The last El in Boston. Type 7 at North Station about a month before the last elevated in Boston was abandoned and demolished in favor of a new route underground.
Outbound Type 7 leans into the curve on the now demolished elevated. This the last "EL" that was left in Boston closed in June of 2004 with the new route underground.
Two Type 7's are inbound on the now demolished "El" that ran over Causeway St. Today trollies make the approach to Science Park via an incline.
An outbound trolley waiting for passengers at the now demolished North Station "El" stop. The elevated, the last one in Boston was torn down in 2004 for a new route via subway.