Wollaston
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Wollaston is the only non-renovated red line station with an island platform on a fairly low embankment with the standard concrete brutalist architecture and canopied middle of the platform. A single staircase/up escalator lead down to a sunken fare control area, whose slightly underground design makes it prone to flooding during rainstorms. This area leads to short staircases back up to street level to leave the station. The east end is a large parking lot with 550 parking spaces. the otherside leads out to a what resembles a street stair to Newport Avenue and local businesses across from where Brook Street ends at a T-Juction.
All photos taken on 28 June, 2011

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Approaching the only set of fare gates
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The sucken Wollaston Station entrance
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Looking up to the platform from the parking lot at Wollaston
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The sucken Wollaston Station entrance with the platform above, notice no ramp
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The steps down to the entrance
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The opposite staircase and exit to Newport Ave
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Another platform view
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An end of the platform canopy
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Red Line Car #01611 enters
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