Brookline Village is a recently rebuilt accessible 'D' Branch station with a tactile warning strips alongeach side platform, each also has its own wooden enclosure shelter. There are also two wheelchair ramps at the front end of each platform. The main station entrance is along the outbound platform where the new modern Charlie modular enclosure is in the wide plaza entrance along Station Street where there are a few parking meters. There is another entrance from Pearl Street to the narrow inbound platform that can get quite crowded due to the station's popularity.
Photos 1-5 taken on 18 August, 2005, 6-20 on 15 December, 2011
Inbound Type 7 LRV #3691 to Government Center enters Brookline Village
An 'Outbound' sing on the outbound platform at Brookline Village.
Inbound Type 7 LRV #3618 to Government Center leaves Brookline Village
A 'T' map and information panel at Brookline Village
Boeing-Vertol LRV #3515 enters Brookline Village on an outbound 'D' Riverside-bound train
A T post for the station along Route 9's overpass nearby
On Station Street going down to the station
This plaza separates Station Street from the outbound platform
The outbound ends of the platforms
The outbound platform here gets its own wooden enclosure
The modern Charlie enclosure
The bench for passengers waiting for outbound trains
The information display on the outbound platform
The ramp for ADA access into the Charlie Vending Machine enclosure
The outbound platform's ramp
The exit directly from the inbound platform
Last Updated: 21 December, 2011
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