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24 photos that show how bad Tuesday’s blizzard was in Greater Boston

A man shielded himself as he walked through the snow and wind during Tuesday’s nor’easter in Boston.Keith Bedford/Globe Staff
There was plenty of room on the MBTA’s Orange Line heading into downtown Boston during the storm.Lloyd Young/Globe Staff
Thomas Hendersen and his father, Eric, played in the snow. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff
A man walked past an empty ticketing area for Delta at a deserted Logan Airport after a Nor'easter canceled the majority of flights. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Workers cleared the sidewalk on Saint James Avenue in Boston.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
A pedestrian in Boston.Keith Bedford/Globe Staff
Something attracted birds to a snow-filled window box on Derne Street, behind the State House.Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff
A person walked on an empty Congress Street in Boston’s Financial District.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Amanda Pye of Duxbury held her 6-day-old newborn son Asher at the Duxbury senior center where she sought shelter after losing power.Barry Chin/Globe Staff
Brian Aufiero moved snow off the docks at the Constitution Marina in Charlestown. David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Boston University students Brooke Jones and Samantha Simonetti, both Boston University dance team members, waited in the storm for a train on Commonwealth Avenue for a ride to rehearsal on Tuesday.Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff
A woman walked through a storm.Keith Bedford/Globe Staff
A man walked across snow-covered sand dunes on Seabrook Beach in New Hampshire.Jim Davis/Globe Staff
A small plow cleared Berkley Street in Boston during the storm.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
A person walked their dog in the snow on Boston Common.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
A pedestrian passed snow covered trees on Commonwealth Avenue.Lane Turner Globe/staff
A man battled wind and snow in Boston.Keith Bedford/Globe Staff
Cole Stiles worked to clear a sidewalk on Front Street in Downtown Scituate.Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
Dogs pulled their human in two different directions as snow fell in Boston during the early part of the nor'easter. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
A pedestrian walked along the Ocean Street seawall in Marshfield.Craig Walker/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
With the Fishermen's Memorial covered in snow, Linda Giovanni took her daily walk in blizzard conditions in Gloucester.John Blanding/Globe Staff
Kimberly Furmonavicius and her daughter Sloane, 4, of Boston made snow angels on Boston Common.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Pedestrians passed a spring window display on Boylston Street in Boston.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Kath Hardcastle braved the snow on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
An advertisement in Copley Square was getting plastered with snow during the early part of the nor'easter.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff