Walkley Station building has now reached street level. Long platforms to accommodate new FLIRT and the double Coradia LINT trains. Note orange tarps and heaters to protect concrete from cold and frost.
Looking from Walkley Bridge towards new VIA Brookfield flyover, this stretch will be one of the Trillium Line enhanced passing sidings, a bit longer than before.
Progress with the entry building and elevator foundation at the new Trillium Line tage 2 Walkley Station. Note the TOD apartments in the background getting taller.
Yesterday, some shots of the deep foundations for the single track platform for new Walkley Station. New high rise TOD in background
Walkley Station advances with construction on the new platform. Upcoming work will require lane closures on the Walkley Road overpass in the near future.
Future Walkley Station as seen from the Walkley overpass. The foundation of the station platform can be seen under construction in the middle of the photo. Track and guideway will be found to the right.
Progress at new Walkley Station on Trillium Line Stage 2. Note high rise construction crane for new residential tower, deep one-side platform foundation, and new aggregate base for the entry plaza.
Future home of the Walkley LRT Phase 2 Station. Photo taken today from the Walkley Rd bridge looking southbound. Station construction to begin in earnest in 2021.
Future Walkley Station single track/platform rails have been lifted and dragged north to accommodate construction work for Stage 2 Trillium Line.
Overall not very easy to understand where the station will actually be, nothing seem to actually be happening under the bridge and the staging area seen in the last picture seems to be where the actual station will be. The renders seems kind of off for this station.
In this snapshot update for Stage 2 LRT, we take a look at Walkley Station, along the Trillium Line South Extension, and discuss what will change, and what is to come over the next few years.