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Rupert is an elevated Millennium Line SkyTrain station with two side platforms and a full platform canopy with odd angles and decorative wood looking like it is holding it up, beams go across the middle of the two tracks. The walls of the platforms are of varying heights made of glass. There is one exit at the western end of the station where an elevator at this extreme end of the station and a staircase/up escalator combination just a bit farther up the platform lead down to a ground level mezzanine area where the Fare Paid Zones begin and a single opening leads out to a plaza along the west side of Rupert Street in the middle of the block between Broadway and a level crossing of the railroad tracks used by all incoming VIA Canadian and Amtrak Cascade Trains to Pacific Central Station, along with all Rocky Mountaineer trains bound for their Vancouver Station.
All photos unless otherwise noted taken on 7 October, 2011

Approaching the station while entering Vancouver on the Rocky Mountaineer
Going through the grade crossing across from the station
The opposite side of the platform from the real exit, where there are two emergency staircases
The Still Creek sign
Looking into the station from the main entrance
The one station entrance
The entrance plaza
Passing the station while riding the Rocky Mountaineer
6 Octobert, 2011
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