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Winter Storm Photos (March 13, 2018)

A large snow plow goes down the Mattapan Trolley's tracks at Central Ave station, clearing snow.This compact track loader, with a snow blower attached, is working to keep the Mattapan Trolley tracks clear at Central Ave.
Two crew people on the sidewalk. The one in the back uses a shovel, while the one in the front uses a snow blower.Working hard to clear Lechmere Station on the Green Line.
A truck with a plow attached pushes snow out of the entrance to the parking lot.Clearing the way into Weymouth Landing's parking lot on the Greenbush Line.
Two crewpeople in neon vests clear the platform at Wood Island station.A freshly cleared platform at Wood Island station on the Blue Line.
A crew of 6 shovels the sidewalk outside Forest Hills station. Snow-blanketed trees in the background.Clearing the sidewalk outside Forest Hill station on the Orange Line.
Two crewpeople clear the platforms at Mansfield Commuter Rail station on the Providence/Stoughton Line. One is wearing a neon yellow vest and is using a snowblower on a temporary mini-high accessibility platform. The other is wearing an orange vest and is underneath the countdown sign.Clearing snow from a temporary mini-high platform at Mansfield Station on the Providence Line.

At Ashmont Station on the Red Line:




A Commuter Rail train pulls up to a crossing. In the immediate foreground, the front of a snow plow. Trees on the left.A Commuter Rail train on the Newburyport/Rockport Line pulls into a crossing.
A crewman in an orange vest shovels snow outside the Franklin Commuter Rail stopShoveling snow outside the Franklin Commuter Rail stop.
A computer screen showing all the Commuter Rail stops, indicating train locations and speeds.Train speeds and their locations across the Commuter Rail network.
On the left, a crewperson in a neon vest shovels snow on the stairs. On the right, a pedestrian with a black umbrella walks (back towards the camera). Shoveling the stairs at Wonderland Station on the Blue Line.
On Tuesday morning, MassDOT Secretary Stephanie Pollack and MBTA General Manager Luis Manuel Ramírez stand together, monitoring the screens at the Operating Control Center.MassDOT Secretary Stephanie Pollack and MBTA General Manager Luis Manuel Ramírez at the MBTA Operations Control Center in the early morning.
Three Keolis reps in purple vests stand behind a table with paper schedules and bookmarks of alert symbols.At Back Bay Station the day before the big storm, Keolis representatives handed out paper copies of the extremely reduced schedule in effect on Tuesday during the storm. (Monday, March 12, 2018)
Large machinery with dart-like attachment on the front.Equipment gets ready for the storm. (Monday, March 12, 2018)
Large machinery with rotating drill-like mechanism in the front.A little snow can't stop us. (Monday, March 12, 2018)