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(woodlawnn41) A redbird Ramble (Fan Trip) at Woodlawn (4) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 December, 2003. (woodlawnn42) A sign along the island terminal platform at Woodlawn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 March, 2004 (woodlawnn43) Cleaning materials along where the platform canopy ends at Woodlawn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 March, 2004 (woodlawnn44) The platform signs have been painted green at Woodlawn after the station was closed for rehabilitation in 2005. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007
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(woodlawnn45) An R142 4 train on layover at Woodlawn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007 (woodlawnn46) Looking down the island platform at Woodlawn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007 (woodlawnn47) A stop sign at the bumper block of each platform at the rehabilitated Woodlawn Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007 (woodlawnn48) Turnstiles on the station mezzanine at Woodlawn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007
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(woodlawnn49) (woodlawnn410) (woodlawnn411) (woodlawnn412) The 15 panels over 5 window openings of the Faceted glass Art's For Transit Installation of Children at Play, 2005 by Josie Gonzalez Albright at Woodlawn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007
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(woodlawnn414) A sign for the exit to Brainbridge Av & Jerome Av at Woodlawn. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007 (woodlawnn415) An entrance to the Woodlawn Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007 (woodlawnn416) The concrete elevated structure that consists of the end of the Jerome Avenue, the middle level is the mezzanine and the upper level houses the dispacter's office and crew quarters. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 10 February, 2007
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