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1940 W. North Temple
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1940 W. North Temple is the westernmost stop on the Airport Line located in the median of W North Temple. The stop consists of a single island platform that begins at the intersection of 1950 W and runs east with a second entrance at the opposite end of the platform via a pedestrian crosswalk and traffic light midblock. For passengers amenities there are a series of six (each in sets of two) grey canopy structures with solar panels on their roofs angled south. Red light panels under the canopy structures light up with 1940 W. North Temple. Glass windscreens and benches are under some of the canopies. The mid-platform pantograph towers are yellow with little decorative light fixtures high on the top. Along the platform are decorative sculptures that look like reeds, these are Spatial Perception by Shawn Porter.
Photos 1-13: 12 January, 2014

Stepping off a train at night
S70 #1157A stops, an LRV bound for the Airport
Directional signs on a pantograph pole
The glass windscreen and lighted station name text above
You can't miss the name in the dusk
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