Martin Golf Course and Riverside Park Gallery The underpass is now closed. Planning to restore it is underway.The entrance to the underpass from Charles Street in Newton.The Boathouse Bridge in the foreground, now closed to the public, is scheduled for reconstruction in 2019. The MBTA bridge is at rear.A view from the river of the bridge that was rebuilt in 2013.2015A guided walk sponsored by Historic Newton and the Newton Conservators crosses the Pony Truss Bridge in 2015.A path along the Charles next to the golf course could become part of the Greenway.An early robin and a late skierThe Charles River, viewed from the trail in WellesleyThe path leading upstream on the Newton side of the river from the Pony Truss Bridge is scheduled for reconstruction in 2019.The new bridge built in 2013.View of the new bridge from the Newton side of the Charles.The "Boathouse Bridge" is scheduled for reconstruction in 2019.The Boathouse Bridge is now closed.The MWRA has paved and landscaped a path through their deep rock tunnel access site, the location of a major water main break in 2010. The path connects Riverside Park to the Boathouse Bridge.This underpass formerly connected Riverside Park to Charles Street in Newton. Because of the poor condition of this underpass, the MBTA closed off access to it in 2016.View looking downstream through the MBTA bridgeView from Weston into Newton2009The Pony Truss Bridge in Riverside Park will be a link in the Greenway.The Martin Golf Course and ski track may become the site of links in the Riverside Greenway.This bridge in the Martin Golf Course may become a link in the Greenway. A trail along the Wellesley side of the river leads to the pedestrian bridge that was rebuilt in 2012.Fishing in Riverside ParkRiverside ParkRiverside Park canoe launchThe old Pony Truss bridge in 2011, prior to its reconstruction.