Cleveland Circle
Englewood Ave right 
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Cleveland Circle is the terminus of the C branch and consists of two side platforms in the median of Beacon Street just north of the Riverside Car house, the main place where Green Line LRVs are stored and maintained, with the tracks continuing beyond the station to reach it. One platform has an old wooden mini-high platform for ADA access. Trains reverse beyond the station either looping or using a switch between the two tracks. The inbound platform has a small canopied bench. Reservoir Station is just across the train yard on the 'D' branch and its private ROW is a much faster ride into Boston. Tracks not used in regular run north in street in Chestnut Hill to provide access to the 'B' branch, two blocks north forming a wye around the Chestnut Hill Avenue stop.
Photos 1-8 taken on 29 June, 2011, 9-11 on 16 December, 2011

Looking across intersections with their trolley trcaks near Cleveland Circle
The wooden mini-high platform
A two car train of the standard consist of a Type-7 and Type-8 LRVs terminates
Type 7 LRV #3614 takes on originating passengers
An originating green line train enters the inbound platform to begin service to North Station
The Cleveland Circle clock surrounded by trolley tracks and wires
Stepping off a terminating trolley on a winter evening
Type-7 LRV #3605 enters to enter inbound service
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