Thursday, April 29, 2010

PDP #213: Move Along Home

Yonge Street may be Toronto's main street, but Bay Street is arguably the pivot around which downtown moves - not only because of the sheer presence of the skyscrapers that line it south of Queen, but because Union Station abuts it. Every day, once the clock approaches 5, tens of thousands of people file out of their offices on their way to the trains that keep the entire region moving. The people crossing King at Bay are only a small part of the movement.

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1 comment:

  1. It's crazy when everyone is heading to the GO Train station.