Stony Brook is another Orange Line Station along the ROW with the NEC whose island platform feels like it is underground with the exception of daylight screaming in from either end of this platform through the tracks and windows along the portion where the ceiling rises to provide for the single staircase/up escalator and elevator the station house at the northern end of the platform that turns 180 degrees to be situated above the NEC tracks where the faregates are the exit doors from the station on the northside of Boylston Street.
Photos 1-8 taken on 28 June, 2011, 9-17: 21 December, 2013
Two Orange Line trains stop
A platform sign and two Orange Line trains stop
Escalator, stairs or elevator?
A mural on the passageway that curves into the faregates area
The back of the station building viewed from a nearby street
Getting off an outbound train, the one exit is beyond the end of the train
The countdown clocks show how unfrequent/countdown clocks not showing how to list terminating trains weekend service is
The next two trains: 9 min, 20+ min, the MBTA won't say longer than this
Outbound side of a platform sign, green line is still listed
Last Updated: 24 July, 2011
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