The T wonders if you can figure out where this photo was taken.
It's at the new security training facility they built at Broadway Station in the old abandoned trolley tunnel above the Red Line platform.
Are you sure? The columns are blue, which would lead me to believe that this would be a Blue Line facility. They still have the old trains there.
Well, it isn't a current station. So either one of the train yards, or it's an old photo. I want to say old Wood Island station.
Wood Island station as well.
Yeah, I think it looks most like old Wood Island, especially because of those columns and that white looking brick. But this looks like too new a photo to be the old station, since renovations were ~2000, right? I still think it's Orient Heights yard, though. If you look on Google Maps, you can see the large housings in the background.
Scratch that! Orients Heights train yard, for sure.
get a free trip on the Blue Line.
I'm going to guess State Street... it was in this state of concrete and exposed piping for much of its renovation. Also, this is underground and the only stations underground are Bowdoin; Government Center (which has a center platform and this does not appear to be one); State; Aquarium (no-way is this Aquarium); Maverick.
Actually, it looks neither above or below ground. It just looks like an old station, but definitely not state. Too narrow of an entry to the tube for it to be. Plus, depending on which direction you're going, there is a huge curve and highly lit tracks.
Photo was taken last week.
Then it has to be the T's underground training facility at Broadway. I would ignore the blue marks on the poles...
This can still probably be the yard at Orient Heights. The buildings are narrow, and I don't see why the T would paint the columns blue if they weren't designating something specific on the Blue Line. Well, we'll find out soon.
However it seems too dark to be a yard. Seems more underground..
I thought you weren't supposed to photograph T operations. Fire the guy and lets move on.
The loop around at Bowdoin
Dead Bowdoin... but the car appears to be the one in the training facility photos, so there you are.