* Snapshot of Parliament, Lyon, Pimisi, Bayview and Tunney's Pasture - June 13, 2019
The Parliament Station accessible entrance (elevators only), located at the corner of Queen and O'Connor.
Public Transit Regulations and Rules.
The entrance as seen from across the street.
O-Train lollistop marker.
Integrated entrance at corner of O'Connor and Queen. The ongoing work is related to renovations of the Heritage Building, 155 Queen, and not the station.
Station marker outside the Sunlife Financial Centre
Looking into the station building, you can see the escalator and stairs heading down towards the mezzanine. The far doors connect to the SLFC.
Looking down into the station.
The entrance integrated into the SLFC atrium.
Integrated entrance to Lyon Station from the Podium Building.
Interior entrance from the underground concourse of Place de Ville.
The entrance is in the form of a ramp that makes you walk around...
And through another set of doors to reach the station.
The station entrance at the corner of Lyon and Queen. The surrounding area has been cleared for new developments, specifically the Claridge Moon project, which will see towers rise over the station.
Looking into the station entrance building from the main doors.
And the escalators and stairs.
Another angle , this time showing the top of the escalator and the elevators.
Main entrance of the station.
The station entrance with fare gates and fare vending machines.
And immediately to the right, stairs and elevator to access the multi-use pathway located below.
Fare gates and the eastbound platform below in the distance.
Eastbound on the left, and Westbound on the right. Easily accessible from the centre platform of the station. Notice the incredible artwork mounted from the ceiling at platform level.
The secondary entrance located across the street.
The secondary entrance, with fare gates and fare vending machines.
The Pimisi Owl, no doubt to scare of troublesome birds.
Fare gates at this entrance.
The bus shelters of Pimisi Station. Bright, clean and spacious.
The station platform for the eastbound line.
Train arriving, heading towards Blair Station in the east.
View from the opposite side, showing the multi-use pathway, and the station plaza area.
Public art, "Pimisi", which means Eel in Algonquin.
Station entrance from Albert Street, giving access directly to the Eastbound platform.
Stairs down towards the multi-use pathway network.
Confederation Line (Line 1) above and Trillium Line (Line 2) below.
Access to the multi-use pathway, as well as the lower entrance to Bayview Station, with direct access to the Trillium Line.
Trillium Line platform, with the lower entrance mentioned earlier in the rear.
The yellow track end buffer of the Trillium Line.
Blue public art in the plaza that also doubles as seating.
Lower entrance to Bayview from the multi-use pathway, with the Trillium Line platform directly beyond.
Main entrance to Tunney's Pasture Station.
Looking inside beyond the fare gates. The future retail location will be along the glass wall to the left, between the stairs.
Another shot of the future retail location (the bench along the glass wall will no doubt be removed at that time).
Stairs down to the platforms.
The station is completed. Note that the exposed walls are for the installation of the station's public artworks. From what I understand, the installation didn't proceed sooner due to weather and temperature requirements.
Bike racks located outside the station.
With more fare gates and fare vending machines.
Looking into the station and platforms.
You can see the Next Train destination signs on both sides of the track.
LRV 1105 departing for Blair Station. Trains will arrive and alternate from one platform to another, during the time that Tunney's is a terminus.
The tracks leaving Tunney's Pasture and heading towards Bayview. Notice the grey TPSS (Traction Power SubStation) to the left, providing the necessary line voltage of 1500v to the overhead catenary wire to power the trains.