N Killingsworth Street
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N Killingsworth Street consists of two offset platforms in the middle of Interstate Avenue so trains stop after they cross through the intersection with Killingsworth Street. Each platform also has an additional entrance via a pedestrian crosswalk at its opposite end. The platforms have two canopies each and are decorated with artwork by Adriene Cruz and Valerie Otani to show multiculturalism (Public Art on MAX Yellow Line). The most pronounced portions are the yellow, red and green columns of the canopies that look like African Kente cloth.
All photos taken on 19 October, 2011
 down N Prescott Street   Rosa Parks  up 
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Pacing tile art
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The mosaic columns
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A next train sign and more decorative steel behind it
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Decorative steelwork on the platform fence
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Type-2 LRV #214 stops at its platform for Expo Center
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More artwork
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The City Center-bound platform
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Notice the decorative bench as well
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The offset platforms on eitherside of the intersection
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