My friend Lucy (who took the photos) and I were taking a little walk in the snow, and ended up at Alewife Station. Surprisingly, a few of the doors were open, but the station was deserted, there being no T service at the time. When we were on the balcony over the mezzanine, for some reason the departure bell started ringing and we could hear a train leaving! I assume it was non-revenue, but why would they be running a non-revenue train in the first place? Oh, well, the pictures were cool.
|The huge building.
|The busway was deserted, of course.
|The fare machines were still on.
|The totally empty mezzanine.