Uphams Corner
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Uphams Corner is the first stop on the short Fairmont Line and has two long full-length high-level side platforms. These are canopied towards their southern ends with silver metal fencing and left to be exposed to the elements at their northern ends. This station is located on an embankment just north of the overpass across Dudley Street. The overpass is covered in a mural. The inbound platform's one access point is directly from here with a ramp that leaves from the sidewalk and goes up to wend its way up to the platform with an intermediate staircase for shorter access. The outbound platform has a staircase down to Dudley Street and a ramp that goes the other direction to Clinton Street across from the intersection with Burgess Street.
All photos taken on 14 December, 2011

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Approaching the ramps down from the outbound platform
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CTC-3 #1532 leaves bound for Readville
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Looking across to the end of the inbound platform
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The exposed simple northern end of the platform
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The ramp and staircase up to the outbound platform
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The southern end of the high level platforms with signs warning that they won't clear a person on side of car
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The entrance to the Readville platform with a pealing mural
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The outbound platform has been closed previously, this sign informs it is open
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A system map in the underpass
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Two T posts in the underpass
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Sign for the Boston platform
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The ramp up to the Inbound platform
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The staircase up to the Inbound platform
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Murals surround the staircase to the outbound platform
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The station above Clifton Street
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