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The shelter is small and has a high singled roof
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One piece of information from the station bulletin board is effective November 1, 2004, the day the Downeaster became all reserved
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The station tourism information and bulletin board
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Stencil for Portland engraved on the platform
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P42 #112 (instead of the normal Cabbage) leads Boston-bound Train #684 in pull-pull mode
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P42 #112 (instead of the normal Cabbage) leads Boston-bound Train #684 in pull-pull mode
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P42 #112 keeps entering
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The entering lead Amfleet I Coach/Cafe enters
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Looking back to the rear of the train (from the high-level platform) at the P42
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