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American Fork

American Fork is a FrontRunner station with two tracks and single island platform on the western side of the Union Pacific tracks with I-15 just east of them. The island platform has the two UTA usual canopy structures with black framework holding up a red roof. The windscreens for the benches beneath these structures have maps and pictures called Pathways to American Fork. These four windscreens each have a theme one covers education (the local high school accompishments), another historical sites, the arts, and the final one recreation with points of interest in the city via photos and numbers on centrally located maps. It feels like an advertisement from the chamber of commerce, not artwork. The platforms are accessed via grade crossings at each end that lead across to a 553 space park & ride lot on the western side of the station. Its entrance is from W 7750 N, parallel to the southern side of the parking lot. There is a bus loop inside this parking lot with just a few stops with normal bus shelters parallel to the rail platform.
All photos taken on 4 February, 2013

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Stepping off a train at American Fork
Looking across to the station's parking lot
MPXpress #16 prepares to leave the station on an unhealthy pollution inversion day
MPXpress #16 pusehs a southbound train out of American Fork on an inversion day (hence the smong along the mountains)
MPXpress #16 and a southbound train leave American Fork
MPXpress #16 and a southbound train have left American Fork
Banners a platform sign and mountains beyond
American Fork Banners
The UP tracks
The chamber of commerce ads for the 'good' schools
We brag about our high school
History of the high school
The bench behind the high school 'ad'
The Arts in American Fork
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The scenic, snow covered landscape at the southern end of the platform
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