Riverwalk Station
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Riverwalk is one of the most interesting, and probably the highest from street level Metromover station. It is located on the Brickell Loop just before the tracks cross the Miami River. A giant red M that is part of Art En Route, guards the entrance to the station. The side platforms are about five stories off the ground with either stairs or an elevator up to each of the them.
Art En Route at Riverwalk Station: "Red M", Concrete/mixed media, By Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt, Miami, Florida
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(riverwalk1) Looking across at the Riverwalk Metromover Station from the 5th floor or a nearby hotel's window.
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(riverwalk2) Looking underneath the giant M to the now unused turnstiles at the entrance to the stairs and elevators at the Riverwalk Station.
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(riverwalk3) The elevator up from ground level to the Northbound platform at Riverwalk Station.
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(riverwalk4) The elevator from ground level to the Southbound only platform at Riverwalk Station..
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(riverwalk5) Miami Metromover Adtranz C-100 #21 is viewed off in the distance from the Riverwalk Station with the Miami skyline in the morning light off in the background.
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(riverwalk6) Miami Metromover Adtranz C-100 #21 is viewed off in the distance from the Riverwalk Station about to enter the Knight Center station that is located partially in a building.
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(riverwalk7) Miami Metromover Adtranz C-100 #12 goes up the rising approach to the Riverwalk Station located just before the Miami River bridge.
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(riverwalk8) Miami Metromover Adtranz C-100 #12 approaches the Riverwalk Station with more of Miami's tall buildings visible.
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(riverwalk9) Looking down the short southbound platform at Riverwalk Station with the display saying Next Train Financial District, these signs are the only way to tell the destinations of the trains, the cars have no signs.
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(riverwalk10) Looking across to the Northbound platform at Riverwalk Station, the sign there says next train Downtown, as in it will loop. The five cones mark the area between two cars if two car trains are in operation.
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(riverwalk11) The Miami skyline and a Metrorail train are viewed off in the distance from the Riverwalk Station.
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(riverwalk12) Miami Metromover Adtranz C-100 #15 running northbound enters the Riverside Station.
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(riverwalk13) Another view from the a distance of the very large Riverside Station with its very distinctive red M.
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