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Pulaski is a Blue Line Station located in the median of the Eisenhower Expressway. The station has the standard island platform with a canopy covering its entire length. There is a single open entrance at the eastern end of the platform. Here a gradual ramp with plexiglass walls and railings leads up to a small station house with yellow tiled walls and glass doors out to the west side of Pulaski Avenue. There was once another entrance accessed by another long gradual ramp to a similar station house with yellow tiled walls up to Keeler Avenue. This entrance was closed in 1978 (being demoted to just an exit in 1973). This closed entrance has a little metal enclosed shed that covers the first few feet of the ramp entrance before the ramp continues without any fencing and reaches the former station house. The station house is sealed with a chain-link fence on the former entrance side and a brown plywood wall at the former entrance down to the ramp.
Photos 1-3 taken on 16 July, 2009, 3-20 on 3 August, 2012

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The closed exit viewed out the window of a car on the Eisenhower
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A car view of the former ramp that has no railings
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A road view of the Golden Yellow open station house
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Board Here for trains to the two destinations
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A platform sign
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Te one ramp to leave the station at one end of the platform
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Looking up to the Golden Yellow station house at the top of the ramp
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Approaching the western end of the platform
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This silver shack blocks passengers from going up the former ramp to the secondary exit
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No sign to tell passengers they can't try and go through the locked door
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The blur of #2611 headed to O'Hare entering the station
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Last Updated: 5 October, 2012
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