Lake City Way 
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Lake City Way is an elevated Millennium Line Station with two side platforms that have full height walls of glass and a sloped angled roof across both platforms and tracks. At the western end of the station each platform has a single up escalator/staircase and elevator own to a street level fare control area this in turn leads out to the single station entrance with an oddly angled awning overhanging from it in a small plaza along the east side of Lake City Way, at a bus loop just beyond its intersection with the Lougheed Highway.
Artwork: Etched glass displaying various words of environmental conservation
All photos unless otherwise noted taken on 7 October, 2011

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Mark-I #147 begins leaving
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Mark-I #147 have left
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This staircase/up escalator down to ground level
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Rise
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Gather
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Tremble
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Looking into the station from the entrance
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The two entrances to the VCC-Clark platform
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The one station entrance
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An exterior view of the station, notice the angled roofs
6 Octobert, 2011
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The entrance to Lake City Way
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Mark-I #074 enters
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Mark-I #074 enters
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