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Fillmore

is the first stop in Pasadena and one of three that serve downtown on the old ATSF Right-of-Way. The station is located between buildings at street level and has a single island platform with one main canopy and another at its southern end providing protection for the TVMs. Some of the seating on the platform is on five large trucks, part of Geologica 42 by Michael C. McMillen that also includes a spire at the station entrance. This is where a ramp winds down to grade-level and there is a belled pedestrian grade crossing that leads to a dead end circle of Fillmore Street to the east and a nicely landscaped walkway out to Raymond Avenue where Fillmore Street resumes.
All Photos taken on 18 March, 2010

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Geologica 42 trunks
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TVMs at the station's only entrance
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Going down the ramp to leave the station
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The Geologica 42 statue
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