I spent the evening of 7/30/2008 at Frontrunner's Farmington station. Farmington was one the first communities founded in the Salt Lake valley, and its station is the most elaborate Frontrunner station, with two towers on either side of the Frontrunner and UP iron, each containing elevators and stairs to join the platforms with the large park and ride lot west of the tracks. In terms of layout and frequency one could imagine being at Amtrak's NE Corridor BWI station (where I spent a whole day a couple of years' ago). The trains are almost as frequent (but not as long or as fast) and high tension transmission lines paralleling the tracks looks like the NE Corridor; but the spell is broken when one looks west toward the Great Salt Lake desert. Shown below is the west tower by the park and ride lot (the platforms are by the east tower). Next