|aBoston below /|cJoseph R. Votano and Karen E. Hosking.
|aAtglen, PA :|bSchiffer Publishing, Ltd.,|cc2013.
|a159 p. :|bchiefly col. ill. ;|c24 x 31 cm.
|a"Every day, roughly 720,000 people from all walks of life use the four lines of the Boston MBTA subway system: Red, Green, Blue, and Orange. The T, as it's known, is a vital link to living, working, or visiting in Boston. The subway system acts as the city's arteries. It includes 28 underground and 80 above-ground stations. Over 145 compelling art photographs explore the T-riders, their behavior, their actions when waiting for or riding a train, and their reponse to the chaotic push of rush hour. With a keen eye, both the T's infrastructure and its many stations with their varied architecture, artwork, and physical layouts are captured."--Jacket.