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Approaching the station shelter
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Looking out of the shelter to the street
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A door and closed windows designed to be an information kiosk
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Sign for the Antioch Welcome Center staffed by volunteers from the Alive audult day program
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The modern recent information panel
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The Plaque for the Tri Delta Depot
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Rules for the depot: nothing wheeled and open to Amtrak customers only
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Two of the round pillars holding up the roof of the station plus the round concrete bench
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An old pointless arrow train station sign
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Streetside of the open air canopy
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Walking down the street away from the depot where the bus stop is
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A statue near the station platform
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Another view of the Cannary lady
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View of the grade crossing at the marina near the station
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