Wonderland
 down revere beach
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Wonderland is the terminus of the Blue Line, with the smell of salt air fully wafting the station due to the beach being just beyond and across the street from one of station parking lots. It has two side platforms with trains relaying beyond the station. The terminating platform for outbound trains is fully outside of fare control with only closeable gates separating it from the bus loop that is alongside, and the surrounding parking lot. A small crossover with ramps for ADA access connects the outbound platform to the inbound platform where there are more parking lots and a single bank of fare gates for those passengers. Both platforms are canopied for most of their lengths and have little enclosures with benches in them (the outbound for waiting bus passengers) that fit more in with a commuter rail station than a subway station. It's a real suburban park & ride station, the MBTA website says there are 1,275 spaces and a weekday availability of less than one percent.
All photos taken on 27 June, 2011

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Looking down Track 2 as a terminating train closes its doors
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Singage on the terminating platform
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From the terminating platform there are no faregates just a fence to the outside world
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A portion of the fence along the outbound platform where the bus bays are is decorative
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The taxis and kiss-n-ride area
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The stairs up to the overpass for inbound trains
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There is also a ramp
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The inbound side of the overpass
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On the long ramp down to the inbound side
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Lots of construction around one Wonderland entrance
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A sign behind a construction fence
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The side of a little buliding on the inbound platform
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The temperary ramp up to the inbound platform
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Approaching the faregates
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The faregates, the only way to reverse direction is to pass through
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The waiting area for inbound trains, far away from the platforms
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