Canada’s second busiest rapid transit system – and without a doubt, the most beautiful – is just waiting to be photographed. The combination of colour, concrete, murals, tiles, and the rubber-tired blue trains themselves present commuters with a visual feast. <PHOTO ABOVE – Rush Hour at McGill station, 2010, Alexcaban, Wikipedia><ABOVE – a train leaving DE LA SAVANE station> CHRIS FORSYTH is working on a ‘Metro Project’, a personal exploration of the art and architecture of subway stations around the world. From Montreal’s Brutalist creations to Stockholm’s hand-painted bedrock caves, to Berlin and Munich, each one of them communicates a unique atmosphere – something different – a product of design.<ABOVE – LASALLE station><ABOVE – CHAMP-DE-MARS><JEAN-TALON><SHERBROOKE – ABOVE><LANGELIER station> . . . . . For more underground photography by Chris Forsyth, spend some time here and see what he’s doing – https://www.chrismforsyth.com/themetroproject . . . and when in MONTREAL be sure to ride the Metro, which serves a wide variety of neighbourhoods.