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Heritage Square/Arroyo

is a grade-level gold line station that has two slightly offset from each other side platforms, just east of the grade crossing with French Avenue. The Los Angeles-bound platform runs slightly farther east than the Pasadena-bound one. Each platform has three canopy structures and El Quetzalcoatl de Xochicalco and Le Gentes el Pueblo by Roberto L. Delgado; carved limestone blocks in the greenery along the station's two platforms. Entrances are each from ramps that lead up to TVMs at the paltforms NE ends. The Los Angeles-bound platform has a ramp down to Marmion Way parallel to the tracks. The Pasadena-bound platform leads to the stations 274 space park & ride lot.
Photos 1-8 on 14 April, 2006 and Photos 9-13 taken on 19 March, 2010

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P200 #244 stopped at Heritage Square bound for Union Station
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P200 #244 leaves Heritage Square bound for Union Station
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A tile on the platform at Heritage Square.
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Looking down the tracks at Heritage Square from the grade crossing
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The metro station pillar at the entrance to the parking lot at Heritage Square
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A banner on the ramp to platform 1 at Heritage Square about express service, this lasted about a year
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Platform sign
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A Two car train of P2000s bound for Sierra Madre Villa Station enters Heritage Square Station
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P2000 LRV #248 bypass Chinatown leading a non-revenue train
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P2000 LRV #301 leaves Chinatown after bypassing it
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A two car train of P2000 LRVs, of in the distance of Chinatown
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A two car train of P2000 LRVs approach Chinatown bound for Union Station
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A two car train of P2000 LRVs approach Chinatown bound for Union Station
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