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Pacific Coast Highway is an island platform located in the median of Long Beach Blvd. The stop has a single entrance at the northern end of the platform from the crosswalk of Pacific Coast Highway. This leads up TVMs before the platform with a single canopy here. The platform extends south with the lampposts with round sections in their middles unique to Long Beach. Inside these circles are Twelve Principles by Joe Lewis, values for a well rounded person. The southern end of the platform is a fence and emergency exit staircase.
All Photos taken on 18 March, 2010

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A train leaves Pacific Coast Highway
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P850 #125 leads a 3 car train in the middle of the street
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Looking across to the emergency exit end of the platform
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The widing ramp entrance
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A train waits to cross the street and enter the station
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P850 #132 enters the station
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