In Boston Harbor, the sidewheeler Peter Stuyvesant which formed part of Anthony's Pier Four Restaurant was carried out to sea and wrecked. It blew off its concrete and steel cradle, which had been hammered into bedrock. (Time)
Quincy Market looking toward Faneuil Hall.
Beacon Hill sledders.
Fighting the Blizzard to dig out a Pinto in Kenmore Square. (Ken Glass, The Greater Boston Blizzard of 1978)
The Lucifer Nightclub in Kenmore Square. (Ken Glass, The Greater Boston Blizzard of 1978)
Firefighters outside South Station. (Ken Glass, The Greater Boston Blizzard of 1978)
A lost parking meter near the Christian Science Monitor Center. (ViewoftheBlue.Com)
The National Guard out in full force.
Sightseers walk down the middle of Boylston Street in Boston.
From the bottom of Joy Street on Beacon Hill.
Downtown Crossing near Jordan Marsh.
The corner of New Chardon and Cambridge near Downtown. Boston City Hall is in the background. (Boston Globe)
Looking up Park Street to the State House. (CelebrateBoston.com)
A jackknifed truck on the MIT Bridge to Cambridge. (Eric Pence, The Greater Boston Blizzard of 1978)
Peterborough Street in drifts. (Penceland)
Man battles snowblower at City Hall Plaza. (Stan Grossfield)
A plow at Boston's City Hall. (WCVB)
In the plaza of Boston City Hall.
A police cruiser is submerged in Haymarket Square.
Impromptu skiers on Summer Street. (Boston Globe)
People wait for supplies in Downtown Boston. (Boston Herald)
A milkman makes a delivery despite some bad news. (Boston Herald)
An MBTA Police car in virtually horizontal snow on High Street downtown. (Frank Florianz, The Greater Boston Blizzard of 1978)
A look at the Prudential Center and Hancock Tower in the Back Bay. (ViewoftheBlue.com)
An abandoned Columbia Red Line station in Dorchester. (David L. Ryan)