There are at least two of them. One is under Queen Street West, built in anticipation of a Queen Subway. The other lies beneath the intersection of Bay Street and Bloor West. The Toronto Transit Commission calls it BAY LOWER. Opened in 1966, the platforms were used for only six months as part of a subway Y-interchange plan – which didn’t work. Now it’s used for storage, or rented out to movie companies.
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