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Green (although the plaques from the stations opening says Green Street) is a standard orange line station from this branch opened in 1987. It has the island platform that is canopied except at its southern end away from the station exit that consists of the standard staircase/escalator and an elevator at extreme northern end of the platform up to a station building above the tracks where the faregates are and doors out to the south side of Green Street.
All photos taken on 28 June, 2011

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Approaching the faregates to leave Green
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The station building
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A T symbol and the station building
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Passengers enter the station
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The three station plaques, one applauds its use of trees
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The extreme southern end of the platform
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An Amfleet of an Amtrak Regional Train and an Orange Line train both in view from the station
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An orange line train enters
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Green platform sign
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Another view of a Green platform sign
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