Images of old transfers for the Cambridge-Dorchester Tunnel, the original name for the MBTA Red Line. They all date from the early 1930s. The reverse of the Andrew Station transfer states:
"Boston Elevated Railway. Conditions Under Which This Transfer Ticket May Be Used." Not transferable. Not a stop-over. Good only at or from the established transfer point where passenger who has received this transfer leaves the car for transfer to another car or bus. Not good unless presented on the day punched and before the expiration of the time indicated by coupons. Good only when tendered by the person receiving it and rightfully entitled to receive it from conductor and only when issued by conductor while in charge of car. Not Good At Any Station. Forms 969-970. Misuse of this transfer ticket is punishable by a fine up to fifty dollars or by imprisonment up to thirty days."
Harvard Station Transfer, c.1934
Central Square Transfer, c.1934
South Station Under Transfer, c.1934
Andrew Station Transfer, 1930s
Andrew Station Transfer Reverse, 1930s