* Snapshot of Lees, uOttawa and Rideau - June 9, 2019
The crossing over the Rideau River, between Hurdman in the distance and Lees.
The multi-use pathway is located just to the side of the tracks on the bridge.
Lees Station entrance and fare vending machines.
Fare gates and elevators to the platforms.
Looking in through the glass, you can see the stairs and the lower platform level.
The platforms and next train signs.
Looking towards the station from Lees Avenue overpass.
The multi-use pathway is to the right of the station, and continues to uOttawa.
Looking in the direction of Hurdman.
The multi-use pathway runs along side the station.
The public art of the station takes form in the glass panel wall of the fare paid zone on the platforms. The art can be enjoyed from both sides.
Looking in towards the platforms.
uOttawa Station, with the westbound platform direct entrance above, and the main entrances below in the multi-use pathway tunnel.
The entrance shown is the westbound platform direct entrance. To go eastbound (or also westbound), the entrance below in the tunnel is to be used.
Looking eastward. The bike racks with overhead canopy.
The multi-use pathway, and the main entrance of the station, inside and to the left.
Fare vending machines and the station main entrance.
The multi-use pathway and access to the Rideau Canal.
Rideau Station lollistop marker, near the corner of Sussex and Rideau.
Rideau Station entrance to the left, CF Rideau Centre to the right.
The interior Rideau Centre entrance to the station, located between Shoppers Drug Mart and Farm Boy.
Interior mall accessible entrance (elevators) to Rideau Station, located next to EBX and across from Tim Hortons.
The Rideau Station secondary entrance, located below Scotiabank on William Street on the edge of the Byward Market.