This station was rebuilt to a design by architect Charles P. Rawson when the tracks between Wilson and Howard were elevated onto an embankment in 1921—the name was changed to Bryn Mawr soon after
An average platform. Decent size and not too congested
Old, run down station. Looks and smells like it's in need of renovation.
For people unfamiliar with this el stop, you can only board from the south side of Bryn Mawr, but you can exit on either side.
Watch out for the platform! Its uneven & will make u trip getting off or fall getting on!
Maybe it's just me but swear the bryn mawr platform is 3 in higher than the rest. Watch your step on and off the train!
Will they ever fix the walls by the escalator?
No news to run for the Peterson bus. It'll wait for exiting red line passengers.
If you need to walk to Andersonville (west), catch a car at the back of the train. Bryn Mawr is super busy and the light at the corner is easier to manouver if you do this.
always seem to see my train go by and miss it. luckily 60% of the time you don't need to wait to long for another train!
Maybe the station doesn't smell like pee, but you bet your train probably will.