Miles’ 5 Best MBTA Subway Stations

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Verdict: 10/10n"I really can't think of anything I don't like about Beachmont! It's a beautiful station, and very functional, with a larger-than-needed parking lot. Plus, it's elevated! Perhaps this isn't my favorite station on the Blue Line (Maverick is very cool), but it has no glaring problems that I can think of. And it's definitely my second-favorite, or perhaps it even gets the number-one spot. Thus, Beachmont gets the elusive 10/10 score."
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Verdict: 8/10n"I love how well-designed this station is. The really wide platform is definitely a standout for me. The entrance is nice, as well. The best part? Definitely the (I know, pretty useless) LED map. This is the only place on the system with something like this, and that makes it all the more unique. I only wish this station had some bus shelters - or at least some benches in the lobby. Benches can't be very expensive, can they? Nonetheless, this is definitely a station I recommend you pay a visit to."
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"Okay, so it may have a few minor flaws - the shaking and the entrance - but it's totally worth taking the train over the Longfellow Bridge. The stupid fence is there right now, though the view from the other side is, as I said, not bad. It's still one of the better ones on the system."
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"Okay, so there are a couple of flaws here. The MHSL's platform could really use an actual bench, and there needs to be signage for the Pedal and Park, but honestly, this is a great station. Extra points for the amazing platform and the really cool slanted roof."
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