Broadway - City Hall
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Broadway-City Hall is built into a hillside and because of this has a bit of an unusual design. There is one station entrance from the SE corner of Broadway and Cambie Street. This is the standard large free-standing entrance structure, but there no stairs just a gradual and short ramp down into the hillside, where it curves 90 degrees and there and the mezzanine area is reached this has a single staircase/up escalator down to each of the side platforms plus an elevator. Between them in the mezzanine is another Jugo Juice
All photos taken on 9 October, 2011

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Stepping off a Waterfront-bound train
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Way Out: Stairs, Escalator or elevator
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This Jugo Juice location is directly between the platform staircases
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The slight slope of the rampped entrance since the station is built on a hillside
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The one station entrance
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Above the station entrance, downtown Vancouver is seen
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The buildings of downtown Vancouver above Broadway's station entrance
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The overpass area
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Waiting passengers
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