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Photos 1-7 on 17 July, 2009, 8-20 on 3 August, 2012
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An entrance staircase
15 July, 2009
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Sign for Blue Line Trains
15 July, 2009
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Turnstiles into the system, these look like they are designed with the glass partition to be closed off during off peak times
17 July, 2009
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Looking down one station tube
17 July, 2009
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A platform sign
17 July, 2009
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The just closed transfer tunnel
17 July, 2009
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A wall sign for the station not anywhere near where trains stop, this one calls trains by their old name, West Side with the differences between A and B trains
3 August, 2012
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An entrance staircase
3 August, 2012
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Entering the station
3 August, 2012
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Turnstiles between the old cashiers booth
3 August, 2012
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On the unrenovated platform
3 August, 2012
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The dark track area
3 August, 2012
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The now more permanently closed transfer tunnel
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A platform map
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The railings that surround the now sealed staircase to the now closed Washington Red Line Station
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CTA's oldest cars with their flip doors stop in the station
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Escalator and staircase out to Randolp-Washington
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Approaching the end of the extremely long platform
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