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artwork Campbell/Central Ave is a standard street median light rail station consisting of an island platform in the median of Central Avenue just south of the intersection with Campbell Ave, here the stations only legal entrance is, along the crosswalk. The other end of the station has the open emergency exit that is definitely widely used. The stop has the standard three canopies providing shade along with the water fountain
Public Art Program: Hydrobolics by Al Prince. It consists of a metal sculpture above the platforms only entrance ramp

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A train stops
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The emergency exit
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LRV #101A for Mesa leaves
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LRV #101A for Mesa continues to leave
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An error message on what will become a RFD pass reader
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The stations only entrance, and a light for U-turns
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The art
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The platforms three canopies
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Last Updated: 29 March, 2011
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