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North Lombard Transit Center in a station in the middle of Interstate Avenue consisting of two offset side platforms so trains stop after they cross the intersection with Lombard Street. Each platform also has a pedestrian crosswalk at its opposite end. These platforms each have two red canopies that are highly decorated with mosaic tile both with green on the columns holding up the canopies and more decorative are the many mosaic squares on the fence of the platforms along International Blvd addressing the theme of labor in the community by Linda Haworth, this even extends to the platform trash cans. The works reproduced on the utility cabinats are by by Cynthia Lahti, Heather Whitlow, Lauren Mantecon and Hector Sanchez (Public Art on MAX Yellow Line).
All photos taken on 19 October, 2011
 down Rosa Parks   Kenton/N Denver Ave  up 
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Even the columns that hold up the canopy are highly decorated
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Looking down the canopy on the platform
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Artwork on the electrical cabinets
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The trash cans have mosaic tile
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A platform pillar
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One of two extremely decorated bus shelters for the transit center
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