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motion and stillness

a fire truck idles on Kalamath and a Union Pacific engine idles on a siding while light rail and snow flakes zip along swiftly; taken from the Bolt Factory

Alameda Ave. bridge over I-25


Alameda Ave. bridge over I-25
United States
39° 42' 40.3056" N, 104° 59' 56.5116" W

the eastern of a pair of bridges carrying Alameda Ave. over I-25 and the South Platte River; Alameda is one of only three streets that carry traffic west from Baker

Sunrise over Rio Grande from Bolt FActory

The sunrise was pretty amazing this morning, like a wall of fire in the sky to the west.

Alameda Station RTD Shelter


As of April 1 2009 this park and ride charged for parking (at least some of the time). However, their signage is a bit over the top in its use of upper case letters.

Welcome to Alameda Station Park and Ride

Broadway Station RTD lightrail and bus


United States
39° 42' 6.426" N, 104° 59' 24.684" W

The Broadway Station is located at I-25 and Broadway, and provides access to most metro-Denver locations by way of light rail and bus. The park and ride is one of the larger lots, although it can get full during the week.

Alameda Station RTD lightrail and bus


Denver, CO
United States
39° 42' 32.1948" N, 104° 59' 34.2456" W

Located on the south side of Alameda and Cherokee, the Alameda station is one of the bigger stations providing cross-town light rail and bus service and a small park and ride lot. The Alameda Station is closer to residential Baker, but the Broadway Station is one of the biggest interchange stations in Denver.

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