Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Rosedale Subway Station

The Rosedale subway station is located just down Yonge St from the dog spa that I showed you last Wednesday. It serves the Rosedale neighbourhood which is one of the wealthiest and most expensive neighbourhoods in Canada. This is the area where "old money" lives. This station was built in 1954 and has heritage protection although some changes in tile colour have happened through the years.

13 comments:

Andrew said...

It is a rather nice station and reminds me of some London Tube station entrances.

Cloudia said...

Strange to think of something my age getting Heritage status! Tho it is a mid century beauty like moi💋

Sharon said...

It does have that mid-century look to it.

Unknown said...

I think the station looks great taking into account the fact that it was built in 1954 :)
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Andy said...

I never realized there were subway stations with heritage protection.
Thought you might be interested in this...
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bill burke said...

The station is still looking good, glad it has heritage protection.

Taken For Granted said...

Always like traveling by subway. It is fast and safe, and I don't have to look for a parking place when I arrive.

Michelle said...

That is a good looking building.

Kay said...

It looks good, though generally anything around "old money" does tend to get well taken care of.

Revrunner said...

It really does have that '50s look.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, It does not look like subway station to me. It is a nice looking building. Wishing you a happy day!

Jackie McGuinness said...

I have never been in that station, always just zip by. I should make it an excursion as I have a mission to visit all stations.

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Specially designed building. Have anice day