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Euclid Avenue is the original terminus (for about two months) of the East Line (now called Orange Line) when the first portion of its extension opened on March 23, 1986. The station is the standard ground-level stretch of concrete side platforms, which begin on the western side of the Euclid Avenue grade crossing. The Downtown-bound platform has the one large brown platform shelter, the only form of covering for the station. It has three bridges from it across a small concrete walled diverted creek bed to two separate traffic islands in the bus loop housing 8 bus routes and 115 parking spaces at the corner of Market Street and Euclid Avenue. The Gillespie-field bound platform has the parking lot of Market Creek (Shopping) Plaza just south of it with direct entrances.
All Photos taken on 22 March, 2011

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The wheelchair lift goes up and out of the front door of a train. This is the main reason why San Diego Trolley really needs Low-Floor LRVs
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A graffeti covered diverted creek between the platforms and parking lot
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The bus loop
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Parking
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One of the parking lot overpass
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The other platform has entrances from a mall
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Entrances to the fare paid zones
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Cut outs in the platform fences inspired by the mall
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Cart corrals right before the platform
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A shopping mall inspired platform entrance
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