Dexter Row, Charlestown: 1951 and 2019
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I feel like a real Bostonian now. Spotted at back bay station.
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Summer and Winter on the Esplanade
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[FLUFF] Thought the city looked nice today from my office. Decided to go out on the balcony and get a shot [Google Pixel 3a with Night Sight]
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Took this picture yesterday
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Winter Chinatown
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This tool. Note the 5 inches of snow on his hood blocking his forward view.
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We are on a roll!
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Glad to see the most important family in Boston is keeping warm!
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The Historic Port City of Boston
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The Boston Skyline at Night
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Strange but true MBTA story: one night in 1955 my grandfather fell onto the tracks at Park Street station and touched the third rail. But thanks to his wooden leg, he wasn't electrocuted. The crazy story of his “lucky leg” appeared in newspapers across the country.
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First run of the year yesterday! (Skyline in the background)
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Beautiful Mural in Chinatown
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Got a nice picture of the USS constitution
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My new favorite Twitter handle
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Back Bay in 1857, when it was beginning landfill, which did not completely finish until 1899
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Now the first of December was covered with snow. So was the turnpike from Stockbridge to Boston. Now, the Berkshires seemed dreamlike on account of that frosting. With ten miles behind me and ten thousand more to go whoa. Lyrics by : James Taylor
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So many great finds on Boston Craigslist
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This was the scene on my commuter rail train the other day.
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It's back to this shit again at JFK/UMass...
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What my walk looked like this morning
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Havin a smoke outside Sligo
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35 years ago today
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Downtown Crossing in the snow this morning
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Wait for it...
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Essential Boston
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This pic was taken by me in 1985 from the southbound to Braintree red line. Whoopie I know, but this train is still in service and has been since 1969. Boston has the oldest subway system in the U.S. but do we now have the oldest fleet of trains still in service?
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Snowy morning on the Harvard Bridge
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At least the sun is melting today - Newbury St
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