Subway Entrance

Old Boston photos show what appears to be the same station entrance for Park St.  In the early days there weren't directions for handicapped access, and probably no advertising appeared over the doorways.  Only two stations on the Green Line date to the very earliest operation of the subway, Park St., and Boylston (one stop further south).

Boston's light rail network, like the subway lines, is operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, known as the "T."  The city is one of the seven in the United States that retained at least some of its trolley/streetcar system during the darkest transit decades in the second half of the last century. 

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