Travel back in time and see the evolution of the TTC by visiting 12 unique photography exhibits, titled TTC: 100 Years of Moving Toronto, at the following subway stations:
|Don Mills Station||Sheppard Subway Construction||Concourse level|
|Kennedy Station||Scarborough Rapid Transit||Concourse level|
|Main Street Station||Streetcar Advertising Cards||Concourse level|
|Bay Station||Station Concepts by Artist Sigmund Serafin||Cumberland Terrace hallway outside fare line|
|Kipling Station||Women Guides on the TTC||Concourse level between West Passenger Pick-up Drop Off and collector booth|
|Finch Station||Moved by Electricity||Concourse level, transfer between TTC bus terminal and subway|
|Queen Station||Streetcar Trackage Construction in the 1920’s||Passageway connection between Northbound and Southbound platforms|
|Union Station||Harbourfront and Spadina Light Rail Transit||Streetcar entrance|
|Dupont Station||Yonge Subway Construction by Artist John DeRinzy||Subway platforms|
|Spadina Station||Transit System Maps||Concourse connection between Line 1 and Line 2|
|St Clair West Station||Transit Expansion Means Development||Concourse level|
|Vaughan Metropolitan Station||Buses and Streetcars in the 1920’s||Concourse level|
The exhibits will be available for viewing until July 2022.
For more information, and to see more ways the TTC will be celebrating, click here.
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