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Spring Street Station opened on May 12, 1989 and was the northern terminus of this branch for about a month. The station has two elevated side platforms built into a hillside. A rarity at trolley stations, these have ballast over most of the area between them with two pedestrian crossings in the middle of them. The Gillispe Field-bound platform houses the stations only brown, large canopy structure and a staircase and ramp leads down about twenty feet to a 324 space park and ride lot with a bus loop just below the station. The bare downtown-bound platform has a sidewalk up to serve the suburban houses north of the station (including Howard Gilmore Terrace) to the corner of High Street and Valley View Circle.
All Photos taken on 22 March, 2011

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Approaching the station built into a hillside
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Construction at the entrance to this station
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A bus and the platform high above
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Looking up to the platform
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Ivy covers most of the concrete slap this station is on top of
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Staircase up to the platform
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One end of the canopy
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Looking down to the parking lot
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The curving platforms
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