Behind the barriers of Union Station’s new Bay Concourse

Happy to have helped provide pictures for what the old Union Station Bay Concourse looked like before the renovation started.

Metrolinx News

Away from public view, the new section of Union Station is fast taking shape. Come this way to see for yourself.

A quarter inch of plywood. That’s what separates today from tomorrow for an important section of Canada’s most vital transit hub.

For customers and travellers who regularly use Union Station, it’s been impossible not to hear the bangs and clatter coming from beyond the construction walls at the east end of the building.

But today, we can lead you past those walls, to show you where construction on the Bay Concourse is today, and where it will head tomorrow.

A worker walks by a fence with a 'Danger' sign attached. A worker walks by a section of the Bay Concourse on April 30, 2019. (Photo by Matt Llewellyn)

The floors are poured, most of the railings are now being installed and later this year the City of Toronto, and its contractor, will pass over the baton to Metrolinx. At that…

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