Mt Hood Avenue
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Mt Hood
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Mt. Hood Avenue is the second to last stop before the line curves north to run along Airport way and reach the passenger terminal. The station consists of two side platforms each with a large single canopy with blue tinted glass windscreens beneath them. These are just north of a grade crossing across NE Cascades Parkway on the opposite side of the Cascades Station development. The stop has some parking lots around it but these serve nearby businesses and not commuters. There is a short section of single tracking between here and the airport to fit the ROW in along Airport Way.
All Photos taken on 17 October, 2011
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Zooming in on Type-4 LRV #416 leading a City Center-bound train stopped in the station
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Type-4 LRV #416 starts to leave
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Type-4 LRV #418 just south of the station
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Looking across the boulevard grade crossing just before the station
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Zooming in on the Mt Hood Avenue platforms
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Looking up at a Southwest Airlines Jet above the station
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The windscreens of the canopy
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The Airport-bound end of the platform, the building in the background is a residency inn
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A platform bench
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Type 2 LRV #212 approaches the station
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Type 2 LRV #212 enters
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