Sapperton 
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Sapperton is one of the strangest Millennium Line Stations in is an elevated station above the CN Railway line used by the Rocky Mountaineer, Amtrak Cascades and VIA's Canadian to access Vancouver. The only legal access to the two side platforms consists of a staircase/up escalator up to a small mezzanine (plus an elevator) where the TVMs are before a long walkway leads across the railway tracks above Spruce Street and Burnette Avenue to the station entrance in a small plaza set back from Keary Street
All photos unless otherwise noted taken on 8 October, 2011

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A Mark-I train leaves
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A Mark-I train leaves
6 October, 2011
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This windmill looking installation is the station artwork between the tracks
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A view of the station platform from the bridge over to it
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The elevated station with an even higher entrance
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The elevated station and bridge over to it
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The entrance to the walkway to the station
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The station sign from its entrance
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The beginning of the long walkway to the bridge across to the station
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Mark-II #327 bound for the Waterfront via the Expo Line approaches
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Mark-II #327
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Mark-I #151
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Mark-I #151 keeps leaving
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A Mark-I train fades off into the distance
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