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Lawrence is an intermediate stop on the Red Line with a single island platform for local trains and Purple Line trains bypassing the station on the two outside express tracks. The platform has a wooden surface and lacks blue tactile warning strips. There is a canopy that runs for about half the length of this platform with simple white supports holding it up. There is a single staircase just south of the middle of the platform that leads down to a chain link fare control area with a cashiers booth across from three turnstiles that lead to an opening in the chain link fence on the northside of Lawrence Avenue. The stop did have a station house built in 1923 that was destroyed in 1995 caused by a rebuilding of the elevated structure above.
All photos taken on 1 August, 2011

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Approaching the elevated structure beyond the station
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The station is on a concrete viaduct
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A parking lot and the station beyond
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Approaching the chain link fenced fare control area
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The one staircase up to the platform
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On the platform at Lawrence with a slightly older directional sign and timetable
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A column sign
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A hanging platform sign
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#2808 approaches bound for 95th
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#2808 keeps enter
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#2733 stops in the station
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Last Updated: 1 October, 2012
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