Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Sleek Subway Entrance

Most of the entrances to our subway system are simple sets of stairs that lead down from the sidewalk but this one at the Queen's Park entrance is quite sleek and modern. I think it was rebuilt as part of the major construction that took place beside it a few years ago. Obviously another pic from warmer times!  
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19 comments:

Christine said...

Lovely warm day by the looks of it and a very modern station!

Lois said...

That is nice! I would not have known it was a subway entrance.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, it is a nice modern looking entrance. I am thinking warm today!

Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

Lea said...

Very nice, and I like the colorful boxes at the side! Newspaper boxes?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It sounds like it's more substantial than the usual entrances Pat?

William Kendall said...

It looks quite new. I haven't taken the subway system there often, but I don't recall ever getting off at that station.

Taken For Granted said...

Subways are such a great way to travel around cities. This looks like a fine entrance.

Sharon Anck said...

I like it. It's even sheltered for less pleasant weather.

Mike said...

Where are the gas pumps?

Lowell said...

I just wish we had subways! I'll take most any kind of station although this one would certainly get my first vote!

Jim said...

I do like straight lines.

Revrunner said...

Makes sense to enclose them and to protect the stairs/escalators as well as the commuters from the elements.

Tom said...

...sleek, but boring!

bill burke said...

I thought it was a fast food place, never would have guess it was an entryway to the subway. I'm enjoying your "nice and sunny" scenes.

Lesley said...

This is definitely a new look. Nice!

Cloudia said...

wow, that is modern

Karen S. said...

I like how they designed this!

Kate said...

Clean, sharp lines with no architectural clutter.

Laura. M said...

Curiosa. No parece una entrada de Metro. Parece más una entrada de una tienda.
Besos.