This summer, Torontoist wanted to do something fun. Something TTC-y. So they’ve hired me (ok, some of my Metropass is covered each month) to visit and photograph every TTC station on the map throughout the months of May, June, July, and August – no more than one a day, in order. This project will simply be called 69, for the 69 TTC stations across our city. Yeah, 69. We’re that edgy.
The project will begin with Kipling station, on the very Westernmost edge of the map. Kipling is famous for many reasons: it was built in 1980…and…uh…you can get to Sherway Gardens from it. Yeah. After Kipling, Torontoist will be heading eastbound on the Bloor-Danforth line. By the end of the summer, we’ll be a proud member of Sean Lerner’s Every Station Club and, hopefully, have learned a little about Toronto along the way.
Photos throughout the project, including those not featured on Torontoist, will be available in the 69 Photoset on Flickr.
Update: The project is complete! You can view a selected set of photos from the trip, read the essay about it, or purchase prints of your favourite shots. If you need an easy way to find your way back to the photos, just remember 69stations.com.