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Fairbanks Street Station is one of two located in the portion of Beacon Street where the two roadways are on different elevations due to a hill. The station is along the lower eastbound roadway and has two simple side platforms with yellow paint safety lines. The inbound platform also has a bus shelter and an entrance via a crosswalk to the SW corner of Fairbanks and Beacon Streets. The outbound platform has a long staircase up to the upper roadway of Beacon Street and a crosswalk at the T-intersection with Lancaster Terrace. This staircase has an electronic wheelchair lift platform up to the top of the hill. The steps are also dedicated to someone, a name is engraved in the top step. (I only noticed when I was going through my photos after visiting.)
All photos taken on 16 December, 2011

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A The Ride van parked along one of the platforms
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The two slightly offset simple platforms
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The staircase up to the westbound lanes of Beacon Street and level crossing
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The staircase up to the westbound lanes
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