“The names of the stations begin to take on meaning…”

“…and my heart trembles.  I stand at the window and hold on to the frame. These names mark the boundaries of my youth.” ― Erich Maria Remarque


Beaux-Art style defines Toronto’s Union Station, one of the most beautiful and busiest in North America.  The centrally located station is the figurative and literal hub of transportation in the city, providing services for both Amtrak and Via Rail; the local rail service, Go; streetcar and subway systems; and the Union-Pearson Express.  The building currently is a Rubik’s Cube of construction and renovation, making her interiors a maze of corridors and redirected hallways.  Don’t let that stop you from taking pictures of both the exterior and interiors.


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