Kenton/N Denver Ave
Home<Pacific Northwest<MAX Light Rail<Kenton/N Denver Ave

Kenton
N Denver Ave
yellow
 
Kenton/N Denver Avenue is the most northern stop on Interstate Avenue just before the line rises onto its own private ROW and goes over the Vanport Bridge. The stop is along the east side of the street and has two side platforms each with their own red canopy. The platforms are canopied at either end and has pedestrian crossings to connect them at either end. The platforms run between Denver Avenue (that ends at Interstate Avenue) and the intersection with Fenwick Avenue where trains cross the northbound lanes of Interstate Avenue and run down the median of it all the way to the Steel Bridge. Artwork at the station is by Tina Hoggat with stainless steel cutouts of cowboys, mosaics on the benches of the history of the area (Public Art on MAX Yellow Line).
All photos taken on 19 October, 2011
 down N Lombard TC   Delta Park Vanport TC up 
kenton_n_denver1
A train for Expo Center prepares to leave
kenton_n_denver2
kenton_n_denver3
kenton_n_denver4
kenton_n_denver5
Looking down the tracks and platforms
kenton_n_denver6
A platform column
kenton_n_denver7
Artwork on a utility cabinet
kenton_n_denver8
More Utility Cabinet prints
kenton_n_denver9
kenton_n_denver10
Mosaics to be sat on, on the benches showing the history of the area
kenton_n_denver11
kenton_n_denver12
kenton_n_denver13
A bike lane is alongside the City Center-bound platform
kenton_n_denver14
Cut-outs of animals along the platform fence
kenton_n_denver15
kenton_n_denver16
Home<Pacific Northwest<MAX Light Rail<Kenton/N Denver Ave
Portland MAX on the SubwayNut

Last Updated: 26 January, 2012
All photos are by Jeremiah Cox
This website is not affiliated with Portland TriMet or any transit provider, their official website is here
This Website is copyright © 2003-2012, Jeremiah Cox. Please do not remote link or copy images from this website without permission.