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Palm Avenue is a simple original San Diego Trolley Station with ground-level concrete platforms with there tactile warning strips. The middle of the platform has concrete across the tracks providing a pedestrian crossing. The northbound platform has a 499 space parking lot alongside it and the standard brown station shelter in the middle of it. This parking lot leads about two LRV-length south to Palm Avenue's level-crossing. The southbound platform has two red bus stop shelters with benches beneath and has a car drop off loop from Hollister Street which is parallel to the tracks.
All Photos taken on 22 March, 2011

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Stepping off a San Ysidro-bound train
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An old original station entrance sign
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The passenger drop off/bus loop right along the narrow San Ysidro-bound platform
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The level-crossing pavement between the tracks ends midway through the station
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U2 #1038 leaves
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A parking lot view
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