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A subway station is what this 75-year-old house on Spadina Rd.just north of Bloor St. will become. The Toronto Transit Commission has decided to use the house as an entrance to the Spadina subway line instead of demolishing it. The Toronto Historical Board had listed the house for its architectural interest and its importance to the streetscape. Toronto Mayor David Crombie calls the ruling victory. Open in full size

A subway station is what this 75-year-old house on Spadina Rd.just north of Bloor St. will become. The Toronto Transit Commission has decided to use the house as an entrance to the Spadina subway line instead of demolishing it. The Toronto Historical Board had listed the house for its architectural interest and its importance to the streetscape. Toronto Mayor David Crombie calls the ruling victory.

Picture, 1974, English

A subway station is what this 75-year-old house on Spadina Rd.just north of Bloor St. will become. The Toronto Transit Commission has decided to use the house as an entrance to the Spadina subway line instead of demolishing it. The Toronto Historical Board had listed the house for its architectural interest and its importance to the streetscape. Toronto Mayor David Crombie calls the ruling victory.

Picture, 1974, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Canada - Ontario - Toronto - Transit Commission - Subways - Spadina Subway - Miscellaneous

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0115695f