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Passengers take last ride on Boston's elevated rapid transit rail

From the time capsule: On Thursday, April 30, 1987, Boston's last Orange Line elevated rapid transit rail trains rumbled over Washington Street and through the neighborhoods of Roxbury and Jamaica Plain to their final stop at Forest Hills Station. New surface-level service through the Southwest Corridor of the city opened to the public the following Monday, May 4th. Gone from the thousands of riders who boarded the old elevated T regularly was a noisy, rickety, yet reliable fixture in the community that got people where they wanted to go for more than 80 years. Which is why, as Marcus Jones reports, many people chose to say good-bye to the El during its final day in service by taking one last ride.

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