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99th Street-Beverly Hills is a stop on the Rock Island Line with a historic Victorian station house, the small building (with a second story, containing a window with a highly angled, shingled roof) is painted brown with wooden signs with 99th Street painted in black on them. Inside is a small waiting room with a few benches and a ticket office that closed on March 14, 2016. This building is at the northern end of the platform, at the corner of 99th Street and Walden Parkway.

The station has two tracks but just one platform along the western outbound track, passengers board Chicago-bound trains using pedestrian crossings over the outbound track before every door. This means the station is a hold-out station since just one train in one direction can stop or pass through the station at once. Where the Chicago-bound platform should be is Wood Street. The platform runs between the grade-crossings of 99th Street and 100th Street. Just south of the station house along the platform are the rear doors to a series of storefronts before the platform curves to the west towards 100th Street. A mural that says Beverly is on the southern side of these historic storefronts. In the middle of the platform small brick shelter, covering windscreened benches in the same style as the historic station house. This is where the station's parking lots are and stretch with continuous spaces along alleys that run along the rail line to the next station at 103rd Street.
All Photos taken on 10 June, 2018

Streetside of the historic 99th Street Station House
Inside the 99th Street Station House
A bench and the perminately closed ticket office in the 99th Street Station House
A bench beneath a window inside the station house
A Rock Island District Map and schedule in the depot
A wooden sign hanging on the depot
Looking down the single platform with cross-track boarding positions, making the station a hold-out station at 99th Street
Looking down the gently curving tracks across to the 99th Street Station platform
Across from the 99th Street's Victorian depot
A modern platform sign in the rain
Looking down the platform on a rainy afternoon
A mural for Beverly on some shops that face the platform
A wooden 99th Street platform sign hanging on the secondary platfrom structure
The waiting shelter in the middle of the platform with parking pay stations beneath
View from 100th Street down the platform
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