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Power Station
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Power Station is a stop on the Airport Line located in the median of W North Temple. The station is named for the Rocky Mountain Power facility just south of the station. The stop consists of a single island platform that begins at the intersection of N 1460 W and runs west with a second entrance at the opposite end of the platform via a pedestrian crosswalk and traffic light midblock. This entrance is just beyond North Cornell Street that ends in the middle of the station coming from the north. 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 Power Station. Glass windscreens and benches are under some of the canopies. These are etched with designs of power infrastructure like transformers and power lines, along with some other decorative designs, all part of The Power Station by Darl Thomas. The mid-platform pantograph towers are yellow with little decorative light fixtures high on their tops.
Photos 1-20: 12 January, 2014

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The directional signs on a tall pantograph pole
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Windscreens and benches beneath
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Sign about the solar panels at this stop and 3 others in the middle of North Temple that have solar panels paid for by utility customers
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A TVM
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The 1460 W end of the platform with a tall pantograph pole that has a decorative top
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Close-up of the decorative top of a pantograph pole, birds are roosting
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Across the street from the relatively well-lit station
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Across from a simple platform canopy structure
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Dusk descends on the station, simple and well-lit
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A Power Station platform sign
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The countdown clocks, service is every 20 minutes on weekends
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