As I mentioned the other day, Rosedale station is an odd duck in the TTC system. In particular, aside from its northern near-neighbor Davisville, it's one of the only stations on the network that lacks a complete roof. It's not too bad for travellers on a rainy day, since what roofs there are do cover the platforms, and it provides perspectives that would be difficult or impossible to get under other conditions.
Perspectives like this one, looking up through the gap next to Crescent Avenue at a stout brick building at the corner of Yonge.
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