Toronto Subway plan, 1945
Toronto Subway plan, 1945
Fifty-Three Studio

Toronto Subway plan, 1945

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Originally, the Toronto Subway was meant to be a mix of streetcar tunnel and subway. The 1945 master plan for Toronto's rapid transit system put a subway line under Yonge Street, and intended to use what would become the Line 2 as a tunnel to reroute streetcars underground.  That said, after the Second World War, traffic trends changed, and the TTC decided to put its second line under Bloor instead. 75 years later, all that exists of the proposed Queen Street subway consists of one empty platform at the Queen station on Line 1.

- Designed in New York City, printed in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Printed on satin finish 80# cover stock - 220 GSM.
- Image will be printed with a border for framing.
- Please allow five business days for production before it gets shipped out.
- Free standard shipping within the US!
- If you order a framed print, it'll come in a black birch wood frame.

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