MBTA Orange Line's 111th anniversary
The company underestimated the demand for the service and the early years were plagued with overcrowding and delays. To accommodate the demand, additional trains were added and turnstiles were replaced with a ticket system.
Windows had to be modified to only open at the top instead of the bottom to prevent men and boys from climbing in to snag seats during rush hour.
One of the first wooden body cars at a dwarf semaphore signal in Roxbury at St. James and Washington streets.