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Whisman is a light rail station that directly serves transit oriented low-lying apartment developments on each side of the tracks. The station is the last stop on the Mountain View Line with two tracks becoming one for the Evelyn Station before becoming two again for Mountain View. The station has a single island platform with two green canopy structures along the platform. Access to the platform is provided at each end. At the west end is a pedestrian crossing with slam gates that leads to Pacific Drive parallel to the north side of the tracks and an entrance directly into the housing development along the south side. The eastern end leads to a driveway complete with a crossing gate.
All Photos taken on 12 June, 2013

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LRV #984 and a two LRV train leave
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LRV #984 for Winchester leaves
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LRV #984 for Winchester keeps leaving
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The platform shelter
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There are two shelters on this platform
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Looking across a fence to the platform and a TOD behind it
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Across from one of the canopies
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This entrance is just a pedestrian grade-crossing
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Looking down towards the station from the next grade-crossing
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Last Updated: 2 July, 2014
All photos are by Jeremiah Cox
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