Northeastern University
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Northeastern University consists of two side platforms along the line in its median of Huntington Avenue, just beyond the station the line enters its portal into the The two slightly raised platforms (for ADA compliancy for level boarding with type-8 LRVs), the outbound platform has a wooden mini-high platform the inbound has a mobile left along with tactile warning strips, station signs, and run between Forsyth St and Opera Place (forming a T-junction to the north, doesn't go all the way through) Each platform has two canopied benches.
All photos taken on 29 June, 2011

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An inbound train stops in the station
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A mobile lift for wheelchairs (although all trains now have Low-Floor Type 8s)
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A system map on the outbound platform, not too many more stops
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The last pedestrian grade crossing before the tunnel portal
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A Northeastern sign before the actual station and tunnel portal beyond
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The grade crossing is at the end of the platforms
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The platform also has a ticket and card validator that doesn't seem to do anything but no CVMs
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