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Wood Dale is a Milwaukee West Line Station with two low-level platforms, that begin at oddly-angled grade-crossing of Irving Park Road and run east. Sidewalk Fencing requires pedestrians walking on the south side of Irving Park Road to walk via the station platforms using one of the two pedestrian grade-crossings along the platforms to continue walking straight. The Outbound platform no platform amenities. The Inbound platform has a modern brick prairie-style station house with a taller area with a modernist clock located on it that was dedicated on February 9, 2010. Inside is a modern passenger waiting area but no ticket office. The station is left open unstaffed. The inbound platfrom also has one black shelter with a gabled roof covering a bench. Station parking is all along the Inbound platform in a large lot to the south and continuing east of the platform.
All Photos taken on 5 June, 2017 on a visit by bicycle

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At the grade-crossing of Wood Dale Road, the station begins, beyond the next grade-crossing
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The south sidewalk of Irving Park Road becomes the Inbound platform
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Across from the end of the Outbound platform and the resumption of the Irving Prak Road sidewalk
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A gabled roof shelter, bench and bike racks behind
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Inside the depot
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Historic photos line the modern depot
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Plaque for the station's dedication on February 9, 2010
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The drop-off area outside the depot
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A Wood Dale sign and seal in the roof of the depot
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Covered entrances line each end of the depot
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Looking across from the outbound platform at the depot
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