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500 East contains the only passing siding on the Sugarhouse Streetcar and is basically in the middle of the route. Trains heading westbound towards Central Point generally arrive first, just before eastbound trains on the limited capacity, limited service route that's limited two streetcars running with 20 minute frequencies. The station has two side platforms because of this located on the west side of 500 East, the two tracks continue across the intersection before the single-tracking resumes and slightly beyond the end of each platform. Each platform is identical with a silver nice bus stop shelter with glass windscreens, a TVM, Tap reader and next train sign. North of the station at the intersection is a small display with silver lettering saying South Salt Lake with two blue forms that resembles two beach chairs on this decorative display.
Photos 1-11: 12 January, 2014; 12-26: 11 January, 2015

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Looking down the greenway
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The start of the passing siding just before the intersection with a rogue shopping cart on the greenway path
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Across 500 East from the station
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The traffic signal across from the entrance to the station
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Across from two side platforms
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Directly across from the two side platform station. The greenway beyond here is still under construction
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Across from the station building and fencing beyond
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A TVM under one of the platform shelters and the closed Greenway beyond
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A year later, walking down the wider greenway at the start of the siding
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The two tracks into the station
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The two side platforms, the north is along the now completed greenway
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A more primitive walkway is along the south platform
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The end of the siding across 500 East beyond the station
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The South Salt Lake display with two blue chairs
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Last Updated: 28 January, 2015
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