Home | Register | Log In
  • Print
  • Calendar
  • Share
An Elevated View
Age Suitability None Specified
Category Galleries
Tags june wulff

"An Elevated View"

Wednesday, Nov 21, 2012 9:00a to 9:00p

Before Boston's elevated rail system came down in 1987, there was a 1985 project that documented the steel structure. There are 65 photos on view at "An Elevated View," an exhibit of the Orange Line which took folks hither and yon and to and fro from 190-1-1987. - June Wulff, Globe Staff

Created by boston.com | Claim this event

Location & Nearby Info
Boston Public Library, Wiggin Gallery
700 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 536-5400
Show nearby:
Reviews & Comments
Edit this review Delete this review
(no rating) Nov. 9, 2012 - Boston.com - Mark Feeney, Globe Staff

Here’s a series of names: Dover, Northampton, Dudley, Egleston, Green, Forest Hills. They’re the stations on the elevated portion of the old Orange Line south of the Essex and Washington street stations (all right, if you insist, Downtown Crossing). Anyone recognizing those names can’t be much under 40, since that part of the Orange Line came down in 1987 and moved half a mile to the east.

(Full review)
This event currently has no reviews. Be the first to share your thoughts with others!

Hot Tickets Ticket More »

Zvents - Discover things to do