Hyannis
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The ramp up to the High Level platform and Hyannis Transportation Center beyond it
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A Welcome CapeFlyer banner is on the sides of the Hyannis Transportation Center
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The only platform signs are these on the Cape Cod Central Platform
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The high-level platform with an actual tactile warning strip and low-level platform with a faded side
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The new wooden extension of the original concrete mini-high level platform
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The crew of a Cape Cod Central Locomotive leave it to set a switch
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The switch has been set so this locomotive can shunt into the station
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The wooden walkway from the Transportation Center to the station platform
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Inside the Transportation Center
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The line of wooden benches inside the Transportation Center
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Sign to all buses and the doors out to the bus bays
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Outside the Transportation Center
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The plaza and awnings between the bus bays and station that look like an addition after the station was built
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Plymouth & Brockton buses, MCI 102A3 #11329 is continuing to Provincetown, connecting with the Cape Flyer to outer Cape destinations
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Looking through the fence at the overgrown rail yards
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An ex New York Central Car
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Attached to two of the ex-LIRR C1s that are painted for the Saratoga and North Creek Railroad, the Cape Cod Central is also owned by Iowa Pacific Holdings
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Saratoga and North Creek Railroad ex-LIRR C1 #2007
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Cape Cod Central EMD GP7 #1501 and another loco in the yard along the transit center parking lot (the CapeFlyer is laying over beyond this photo)
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The yard along the transit center parking lot (the CapeFlyer is laying over beyond this photo), the ex-LIRR C1 is coupled to another car that is ex-MARC
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