Very nice. So different from what I remember.
C`est moderne!I like this kind of blend with glass ! :-)Léia
do they let you live in the MBTA? cuz i think maybe i want to. :)
Such interesting contrasts in architecture, signage, and lighting. What a good study.
I'm really glad you posted this one in color. I think the patch of blue sky and the green tinted glass is how the architect envisioned it . . . but what do I know. I like this exterior view best. I concur with brattcat . . . nice study.
i was there !!! thats a great pic. I love Boston. Someday i want to live there. My daughter lives in Amesbury.
Now that modern glass blends in really well!
Thanks for this photo! This shows how an ugly T stop can become beautiful and inviting. My first year in Boston, 1984, I lived on Phillips Street and used this T stop often. Any idea who the architectural team might be?
I have been here before but didn't appreciate the architectural beauty of the building then. But that probably had something to do with the fact that I had just been taken on a walking tour of Boston starting at Government Center through the state house and down through Beacon Hill on a 90 degree day with 80% humidity, and I am from Seattle so I am not used to that kind of weather. All I could think about when we got to the Charles St. station was, "I hope it is air-conditioned."
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