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Subway Platform Near Stadium

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The Boston Elevated Railway is to build a loading and unloading platform at the corner of Boylston street and Charles River road, just north of the Boylston Street Bridge. This is planned to accommodate the crowds on the days of football games in the Stadium. The tracks leading to and from this platform, which will be a covered structure about 300 feet long, will connect with the main line of the subway as it emerges from underground at Brattle square. It is possible that this platform will be ready for use by the time of the Yale game next year.

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