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Riders Adapt to New Stations Replacing Boston's Elevated Commuter Train Stops

From the time capsule: May 1987, a week after Boston's last Orange Line elevated commuter rail trains rumbled over Washington Street and through the neighborhoods of Roxbury and Jamaica Plain to their final stop at Forest Hills Station, the new, street-level train stops opened to the public. Reporter Marcus Jones ventured over to the Southwest Corridor to observe how commuters were faring at the start of this brave new era in public transportation in Boston.

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