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103rd St./Rosemoor is a simple Metra flag stop (on hourly or better off-peak trains) with a two car long wooden-high level island platform with a single black white domed bus shelter for waiting passengers. This platform is in between the middle two tracks of the four track electrified Metra Line with four additional (some are sidings) freight and Amtrak tracks to the east. To leave the platform, all passengers must pass through a small wooden train house at the northern end of the platform with doors on both ends. This entrance house contains a TVM. From here a staircase leads down to a short low-level platform area (with small wooden boarding areas for trains on the outside tracks) before leading to a grey portal that surrounds the one staircase off the platform down to the south sidewalk of 103rd Street between Dauphin Avenue and Cottage Grove Avenue.
All Photos: 4 August, 2012

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The station entrance from the underpass of 103rd Street
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Up the staircase
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The low level platform area that leads up to the high-level platform
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The covered staircase down to the street
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The wooden low-level platform for the outside outbound express track
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The TVM inside the station entrance building
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The door out of the station entrance building to the street
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Flag stop station sign
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The Entrance hut view from the platform
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The one platform shelter
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The simple wooden platform on a very wide railroad ROW
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A platform sign
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The low-level platform area and station exit
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