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TTC Lower Bay Station

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Uploaded on Feb 25, 2007

A ride on a Bombardier T-1 subway train from Yonge Station to a red signal southwest of Lower Bay Station. Lower Bay station is referred to as a "ghost station" by the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) as it is not used in regular service. The last time Lower Bay Station was active with passengers was on Labour Day of 1966, which is 41 years ago when interlined subway service still existed. With interlined service being phased out in the same year, Lower Bay didn't have a purpose. Now it is usually used for movie shoots and training. During February to April 2007, trains had to divert through this station during the weekends due to construction in the actual Bay station located above. This is a rare glimpse of an otherwise unaccessible station to the general public

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