Orient Heights
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The sides that divide platform and street are glass and mesh
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The overpass is more of a building
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Staircase outside of fare control up to the shared overpass
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Sign for the overpass with these newer format Blue Line-Bowdion Style signs
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Up the stairs to the shared overpass
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The overpass has two elevators, one within and one outside of fare control
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Looking from the overpass and down the tracks below
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This new esclalator hasn't quite been finished yet
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Going down to the renovated inbound platform with a glass walled waiting area
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