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Park Street is one of the 4 stations located beneath downtown Boston that is part of the square where all 4 T lines intersect. The upper level of this station is used by the green line and has 4 tracks with three platforms; the outbound direction has a single island platform for its two tracks. The outside tracks are used by C and E branches that have originated at South Station or Leachmere. The inside track is used by the B and D branches that have originated at Government Center. For Inbound trains there are two tracks and two platforms, except all trains stop on the outside track. this track is covered by rubber allowing passengers to walk over the track to access its additional side platform. These trolleys open their doors on both sides. The side platform also has a little store on it that calls itself T-Underground (or at least the sign next to it). To enter the station at the southern end of the outbound platform there are on platform ticket gates that lead to a staircase up to Boston Common across from the intersection of Tremont Street with West Street. This is followed by an underpass with elevators that connects all three of the green line platforms. At the northern end of the platforms is where staircases lead down from each side of the green line to the red line's three platforms, as well as the station's main exits situated directly on the green line platforms to staircases up to both sides of Tremont Street (some situated in Boston Common) just south of Park Street, each though has its own little fare control area, including the street elevator. The entrances in Boston Common are pull of small plaques and signs commemorating the fact that this is America's first subway staiton. Walking Access to Downtown Crossing on the Orange Line (and the red line) is provided via the Winter Street Concourse.
Photos 3-17 on 29 June, 2011, Photos 18-34 on 14 December, 2011, 35-43 on 22 August, 2013, 44: 21 December, 2013

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The main northbound track with its rubberized grade crossing surface
19 August, 2005
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Looking across the platforms at Park Street a fence keeps passengers on the respective platforms for each direction
19 August, 2005
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Approaching the Northbound platform from the red line one of three exits are visible
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Type-7 #3656, a 3-car rush hour train stops
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Passengers get on and off a rush hour 3-car train
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The street elevator has its own little fare control area
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A platform sign on the Lechemere platform, and a sign for Downtown Crossings Concourse
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The staircase from the northbound's side platform to the underpass connecting the green line platforms
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The inside of the nice and clean underpass
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Passengers wait for their trolleys
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The secondary exit to Boston Common
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The T-Underground sign in front of a little tourist shop
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Looking across to passengers waiting during the PM rush
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The street elevator landing
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The top of an exit only staircase
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One of the Boston Common entrances
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