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Riding the T with luggage

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Thinking of staying overnight in downtown Boston; between 2 flights. I will have just [1] 20" roller bag.
I know I will need to:
Take the shuttle to Airport Station (Blue line).
Take the subway to State stop.
Switch to the Orange line.

Is this easily doable with the luggage?. It will be around 5 pm going to hotel and 8 am returning to airport.

Thanks~

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