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Waverly is located in an open-cut beneath the surface of Waverly Square where the Route 73 Trolley Bus to Harvard terminates. The station platforms are extremely simple with two side platforms connected by a pedestrian crossing at one end and no fence between them. In their mid sections a single staircase covered by a shingled canopy that extends a tiny bit over the platform providing a covered waiting area with a bench beneath. Two streets, Trapelo Road and Lexington Street have overpass over the station. The walls of the open-cut are painted reddish-pink giving the station a very unusual look.
All photos taken on 28 June, 2011

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Looking down the tracks inbound side
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The simple station viewed from the Trapelo Road overpass
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Trolley bus Route 73 at its terminating point only a parking area seperates it from the station
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The entrance for Inbound to Boston
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The simple canopied staircase snaking its way down to the outbound platform
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The train schedule
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