|OH MY GOSH THIS IS SO AWESOME.|
|A train heading into Boston.|
Ridership: Alas, this is the second least-used station on the C Line after Hawes Street, with only 356 riders per weekday.
Pros: This is definitely the prettiest part of the C Line right-of-way, and it makes this station look amazing. The trees everywhere add a bunch of character. Also, the station has its shelter on the inbound side, which is great, while the crosswalks here are insanely useful.
Cons: Not much, although considering how close this station is to its neighbors and its ridership, it could probably be eliminated. But...but it's such a good stop...
Nearby and Noteworthy: It's all apartments at this point on Beacon Street, but they sure are pretty ones.
Final Verdict: 9/10
It has to be said that the stop itself of Brandon Hall is essentially the same thing as Summit Ave. However, it's really the surroundings that make Brandon Hall stand out - those trees are just so tranquil. Also, the crosswalks are awesome!
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