to build an Eglinton line, this might have a post about a psychogeographic walk that started at Caledonia or York Centre stations.
I doubt I've used the Sheppard line more than twice since "Mel's Folly" opened in 2002. Both were out of curiousity, since I usually require a car for most destinations along its length (hi IKEA!).
the TTC's 2005-2006 statistics, Bessarion had the second-lowest ridership of all subway/RT stations, with an average of 2,130 passengers a day (the bottom was Ellesmere, with 1,960). Spending half-an-hour in the concourse on a weeknight while waiting for other intrepid psychogeographers lent credence to the numbers, with more passengers depicted on the walls than live human beings passing through. Definitely not enough traffic to support a shuttered newsstand near the ticket booth. The numbers should improve once commuters move into planned developments on the old Canadian Tire warehouse lands south of the station.
view another of her works on display in the city). Some of the group proceed to a bar near the station, where it was karaoke night. Among the tunes was an outsider music-esque version of Elton John's I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues.
All photos taken February 7, 2008. Another set of photos from ysuchislife. - JB