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Deadham Corp/128 is a Franklin Line station that serves outlying development along the Route 128 Corridor as well as a park & ride. It opened on January 15, 1990. The stop has two side platforms that are low-level, and have just yellow painted non-tactile lines. Each has little sheltered mini-high platforms at their outbound ends, which is signed to be the off peak boarding area. The platforms are connected by three level crossings throughout the station with fencing between the tracks at other locations. The main access is through the 497-space parking lot along the inbound platform that also has an additional sheltered area in the middle of it. This is right off of Exit 14 of I-95/Route 128. The outbound platform is along Rustcraft Road and a suburban commercial development with a nearby hotel and Legacy Place. The platform along it is fenced except for one opening in it where there is a pedestrian street crossing and a bike rack.
All photos taken on 15 December, 2011

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The station visible through the fence of Legacy Place
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The pedestrian crossing to access the station from Legacy Place
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The simple gap in the fence entrance from Legacy Place
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The exit to Legacy place with an empty bike rack
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An outbound platform sign new development is beyond
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An inbound platform sign warehouses are beyond
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The outbound end of the platforms with their mini-high platforms
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The outbound board your train here mini-high platform
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A direct view down the tracks
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The inbound board your train here
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A sign missing letters on the Inbound to Boston Platform
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The main shelter on the Inbound to Boston Platform
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The large parking lot is showing its age with crumbling concrete
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An entrance from the parking lot
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