Kent St
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Kent Street is a split Green Line stations, trolleys in both directions stop at their simple narrow concrete platforms with yellow lines before they cross the intersection where Kent Street's name changes to Powell Street. It is across from Temple Ohabei Shalom, the first synagogue in Massachusetts, established 1842. The outbound platform has a bus shelter at the corner along it while the inbound platform has one a second one across the tracks from it but not actually on it. This is due to the fact there is more room along the outbound platform because it has a line of angled parking spaces, and the inbound platform is far too narrow.
All photos taken on 16 December, 2011

Approaching the outbound platform
A Zip-Car Parking spot along the outbound platform
A faded trolley stop outbound sign and faded sign for the historic synagogue
Parking meters are along the wider outbound platform
Type-8 #3842 stops
Type-8 #3842 prepares to leave
Looking across to the very narrow outbound platform
Nearby street sign, only sign for Kane Street
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