Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Lower Bay...Toronto's creepiest station

So, how does one actually spend Victoria Day? By travelling the Bloor-Danforth subway line, of course, just to get the privilege of riding through the elusive "Lower Bay Station". "Lower Bay Station", as you may (or may not) know, is generally unused with the exception of some movie shoots, a Nuit Blanc happening and a film festival party of some sort (don't ask me who or what, as I wasn't exactly invited.).
Anyway, here is some photographic proof of this adventure in transit.
Frightening?! Isn't it?!

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  1. How cool. I've always wanted to see this station.

  2. If you truly want to experience that which is Lower Bay, there are 2 ways:
    1. Wait until the Doors Open Toronto Weekend, in which the TTC sometimes opens up Lower Bay to the public.
    2. Keep an eye on the TTC's website as they open it as an alternate when they do trackwork on the stretch between St. George and Yonge stations (I have done this twice. Not necessarily on purpose.).