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Kipling station has an island platform that serves two of the three tracks along the railroad ROW where the station is. The station platform is accessed from a staircase at one of it's ends that leads up from an underground mezzanine level of the Bloor-Danforth Subway Line's western terminus. It is non-accessable. The platform has a couple of enclosed shelter-waiting areas that provide the only platform protection. The access to the platform is only provided when trains are running, otherwise the access doors are locked. There are seven trains running each peak direction, all to Toronto during the AM peak, and from during the PM peak..
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(kipling1) The small sign for the GO station hours at Kipling, its only open during the peak hours when trains are scheduled.
10 July, 2008
(kipling2) Looking across from a Kipling Station parking lot at the concrete building that houses the staircase up from the subway station that serves as the station's only entrance.
10 July, 2008
(kipling3) One of the simple enclosed waiting areas along the platform at Kipling.
10 July, 2008
(kipling4) Looking across from the parking lot at a Canadian Pacific Freight train going through the Kipling Station.
10 July, 2008
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(kipling5) CP GP9 Locomotive #8215 and a freight train go through the Kipling GO station.
10 July, 2008
(kipling6) Looking through the fence across some subway tracks and at the Kipling GO platform, the doors that lead out to it from the stations only entrance staircase is visible.
10 July, 2008
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