Holdom 
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Holdom is an elevated Millennium Line. The stop consists of two side platforms with glass walls and an ached metal ceiling that covers the tracks as well (with no intermediate columns) except for 8 skylight-like openings. A single staircase/up escalator and elevator lead down to single fare control area almost at street level. From here five steps lead down to the actual street corner at the SW corner of Lougheed Highway and Holdom Avenue. A second step-free entrance leads to a low-rise transit oriented development right at the station.
All photos unless otherwise noted taken on 7 October, 2011

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Mark-I #074 in the old livery is the first car of a train that closes its doors and is about to leave
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Mark-I #115 in the new livery leaves
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Mark-I #115 has left
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Mark-I #115 climbs beyond the station
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A platform sign, unique to the millennium line
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The one non-elevator exit
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Approaching the mezzanine
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Artwork on a guideway pillar
7 October, 2011
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The station entrance up a few steps
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Another view of the station entrance
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