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Courthouse is the standard design of a street running TRAX station with an island platform in the middle of S Main Street with two dark metal canopy structures with benches beneath towards each end. Entrances are from the crosswalks at each end as the station runs from E 400 S to E 500 S. It is the most northern stop where all three lines are running together on the same tracks, the Red Line curves off to the University Branch north of the station.
Artwork: Balance by Norie Sato, Windscreen glass sand-blasting & bronze "weight" sculpture, 1999
Photos 11-15 taken on 6 February, 2012, 15-19: 12 January, 2014, 20: 13 January, 2014

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A sign informing train operators of the settings of the switches at the coming up T-junction, the display for downtown is still Delta Center
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The blur of SD160 #1154 a single car Sunday Green Line train leaving Courthouse
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The newest extensions destinations: Daybreak Parkway and Salt Lake Airport
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Stenciled text on the ground of the platform telling people how to operate the doors
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