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Re: Subway station built when New England Medical Center was

Postby The EGE » Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:11 pm

It took quite a few attempts, but I finally got a decent picture of the South Bay junction. It turns out that if you walk to the far end of the southbound platform at Chinatown, the junction is visible in the distance. The tunnel is very dark; this is a composite of several long exposures.

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The old tunnel to the portal and the Elevated is on the left, while the South Bay Tunnel curves to the right.
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Re: Subway station built when New England Medical Center was

Postby wicked » Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:43 pm

Some really nice photography work there and elsewhere. I need to get my ancient D-100 in action at some point.
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