A view from one station platform to another, somewhere along Line 4.
Looking south from the bridge at Davisville station, just as the snow starts to fly.
A December morning in Toronto.
From the window of the train on the opposite track.
One of the escalators up to track level at Warden Station.
Just before the closing of the subway doors, at a station on the Bloor-Danforth line.
Another empty corner of Warden station, on Toronto’s east side.
Entering the west side of Museum Station.
The 60s-era design aesthetics of the Spadina Subway station. (As outdated as the payphone?)
At a station along the Bloor line.
On the Sheppard Line of the Toronto subway, near Leslie.
A couple moving between the East-West and North-South platforms of the Younge-Bloor station.
Between trains in Scarborough.
What remains of a telephone section in the Warden subway station.
Travelers move down from the north/south subway platform to the east/west trains on the lower level.
Late afternoon at the east entrance to St. George station.
The western entrance to St. George Station.
Originally dating from 1904, the Arts et Métiers (Arts and Crafts) station was redesigned to look like something out of a Jules Verne novel.
Three levels of the Hôtel de Ville Metro station, one of the original eight stations in the city’s system when the first section was first opened in 1900.
Against the wall in St. Clair station.
The door between cars on an older train, seen on the Bloor-Danforth line.
An eastbound train leaving Bessarion station on the “new” Sheppard line. I guess after being open 11 years, it’s not really that new, but it’s still new to me.
A wall reminiscent of 8-bit graphics, in the Sheppard-Younge station.
A train entering St. Patrick station.