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91st Street/Chesterfield is a simple Metra flag stop (on hourly or better off-peak trains) with a small one 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 two additional freight and Amtrak tracks to the east. There are additional siding tracks and a lead track into a factory in the vicinity of 91st Street. To leave the platform, all passengers must pass through a small wooden hunt at the southern end of the platform with doors on both ends. Uniquely, this entrance house has a small window next to the door at each end. Just a Metra Passenger Assistance and Information phone (in a silver enclosure that looks like a payphone and has a TTY keyboard) is inside. 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 tall a grey portal with two doorways surrounds the one staircase off the platform down to an area setback from the north sidewalk of 91st Street's underpass between Dauphin Avenue and Drexel Avenue.
Photos 1-22: 4 August, 2012; 23-25: 17 September, 2016

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Approaching the station entrance, lots of peeling paint
The one entrance staircase beneath peeling paint
The long walkway with metal railings to the staircase up to the high-level platform
The portal to the street, these could have doors
Wooden steps up to the entrance shed
Inside the entrance area
An Information phone and bench inside the entrance shed
Sign that the station is a flag stop and to Please Stand in view of engineer
The four shelters
The platform exit through this shed
Inside the shed with the passenger assistance information phone, complete with a TYY
Looking down on the walkway with metal railings off the platform
Sign for the station from the 87th Street underpass, the sign says to Chicago although the one platform is for all trains
4 years later: Still peeling paint at the staircase entrance although the stairs have been re-treaded
The walkway to the platform as new, more comprehensive wooden railings
The staircase off the platform
Approaching the staircase to the entrance hut
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