Port Moody
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Port Moody Station consists of a standard single West Coast Express Platform with a glass canopied portion and lobby area (with a lighted station sign visible from the parking lot) along a parking lot with a bus loop with only limited sidewalk access to the surrounding area along Clarke Street. There are additional gaps in the fence that also provide access to the platform. It is proposed to be an interchange station with the Evergreen SkyTrain Line if that is ever built. Across the tracks from the platform water can be seen, it is Burrard Inlet and signs in the parking lot inform boaters that boat trailer parking is permitted from 8:00pm to Midnight on weekdays and all day weekends.
All photos taken on 7 October, 2011

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A locomotive and train stopped
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Passengers step off of a just arrived train
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Community Shuttles meeting the just arrived train
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Bombardier BiLevel #103 leaves
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A platform sign
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The long Warning Stand Behind Yellow Line, quite far away from the platform edge due to wide freight train
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A station TVM
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The large station entrance sign
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Platform entrance that is a Fare Paid Zone
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The Kiss and Ride
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A sign to caution about train whistles
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Looking across the platform at the parking lot
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The mini-high platform ramp
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