From: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=8545578#post8545578bigfix said:I had forgotten about this bridge until I read this forum recently.
So went out last weekend at took some photos from the St Lucia side.
Toronto's 2 other universities also have transit stations. Ryerson University is served through Dundas station on the Yonge line with the Dundas streetcar line running half a block south of campus and the Carlton streetcar line running one block north of campus. The Dundas station was redone in the late 1980's I believe and the original creamy yellow tiles (which are still evident in the stairwells) were replaced with what I can only describe as dirty fluorescent yellow.TRZ said:The University of Toronto has an entire subway line to itself. The Toronto Transit Commission has a University Subway Line, running through-service on both the Yonge line (its predecessor) and the Spadina Line (its successor). Built as a relief line for the southern most leg of the Yonge Subway Line, the University Line takes people from the west end to Union station, the southern-most station in the city for both subway and regional railways. The University line runs parallel to the Yonge Line only 3 blocks away in the dowtown core south of the east-west cross-town Bloor-Danforth Subway Line. The University of Toronto is serviced at St.Patrick, Queen's Park, Museum, St. George, and Spadina Stations. The University also has a dedicated ROW tram [streetcar] service running along its west flank on Spadina Ave. to go with its North and East flanking subway services. The flanking service spreads across the entire length of the massive historical campus that spans several city blocks. The south flank is also supported by tram service, the Dundas streetcars run along its south flank and the 506 Carlton streetcar cuts right through the campus in its southern half. The Dundas and Carlton streetcars have no ROW and are in mixed traffic throughout their entire routes (excluding terminus loops).