Here are some of the handsome murals on the pillars at the Roxbury Crossing T stop.
Our favorite one is on the far left. We love the fanciful combination of the Chinese gate framing the mosque's minaret. The colors are dark and rich.
Its mate, on the right, frames the Mission Church's towers in a vaguely Moorish gate. It uses a lighter palette of blue and pink.
We thought they were a sensitive addition of public art to the second-rate design of that train station.
A vandal seemed to think otherwise. He seemed to think that his personal graffito would improve things.
Our mothers might say: This is why we can't have nice things!
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