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Payphones in the depot, have signs that they accept U.S. Currency only because of all the buses from the station to metro
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A nighttime view outside of the depot
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A Pacific Surfliner stops on a rainy night
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Stepping off a just arrived southbound Surfliner train
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Santa Ana in the metalwork of the courtyard
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Another waiting room view
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The courtyard
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Gate out to the platform from the courtyard
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Officially the Robert L. Richardson Courtyard
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The colonnade covering attached to the depot set back from the platform, they were reconfigured with the building of the overpass
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A sign for the station with the pointless arrow
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Sign for the bridge to Track 1 and an unused mid-platform crossing with an electronic gate on the middle fence
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