|Um...so is the station in that guy's house?|
|The outbound platform. It's leafy!|
|Alright, let's get out of here.|
Ridership: So yeah, this is the second least-used station on the system, but it still has very few riders. A measly 44 people get on the train here every weekday. What is that, like, 2 people per hour? Yeah, most trains just skip past this one.
Pros: Like Capen Street, Valley Road is very tranquil. Despite having such little ridership, it has a good amount of amenities.
Cons: It's not accessible, but it would be hard to change that - the staircase to the station is pretty steep.
Nearby and Noteworthy: Are Capen Street's houses too mainstream for you? Perhaps Valley Road will satisfy your desire to see houses better.
Final Verdict: 7/10
The main issue I have with Valley Road is the accessibility, but there doesn't seem to be any point in fixing that. I mean, it would be expensive to build a ramp down the hill, plus there wouldn't be any point - 44 riders per day, may I remind you. Other than that, it's basically the same as Capen Street, which is fine with me.
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