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Longwood, on the 'D' branch, not to be confused with Longwood (Medical Area) on the 'E' branch has the standard two side platforms, each has been modernized with a tactile warning strip, there are two small wooden wheelchair ramps at the outbound end of both platforms for ADA access. Amenities for waiting passengers consist of an old wooden canopied area on the inbound platform. The outbound platform has the new modular Charlie VM enclosure along the stations main entrance at its outbound end to the Chapel Street that is at the same level as the platform and has parking meters right along it. Longwood Avenue crosses on an overpass outbound a bit of a ways from the station. There is an entrance across from here to Riverway Park and the Emerald Necklace bike path.
All photos taken on 16 December, 2011

An outbound train stops at Longwood, the doors opening to parking meters right along the platform
The Charlie VMs enclosure and main exit out to Chaple Street
Type-8 #3885 leaves
The neighborhood map, notice how all four green line branches are in walking distance of each other here
A Longwood platform sign
Rising up above Longwood on Chapel Street's hill
Looking back down to the train station from Chapel Street's hill
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