Spadina Station

By: Lesley

Jul 18 2012

Category: SIGNS, Toronto

10 Comments

Aperture:f/3.8
Focal Length:8.5mm
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Signs on the Spadina subway station on the Yonge-University-Spadina line point the way to the trains on the crossing Bloor-Danforth line. Spadina Station can be confusing for its long corridors and multi levels and many exits on several streets. I like the train motif on the tiles, to indicate you are heading to the track and not the streetcar bay.

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10 comments on “Spadina Station”

  1. Great idea to put the train motif on the walls. Every bit of extra information is helpful. ;-)

    My SIGN.

  2. Always appreciate anything to make a place like this easier to figure out for the directionally challenged (that’d be me)….

  3. I’ve never noticed that before!

  4. The painting of the train is easily understood – in any language!

  5. I think maybe I would be a bit confused regardless!

  6. A very stylish wall and love the colour scheme! Beautifully presented!

  7. these signs would definitely help me.
    i tend to get lost at train stations.:p

  8. I like it when stations have their own individual style.
    Sydney – City and Suburbs

  9. Neat and colorful.

  10. Never having lived in a area with subways, street cars or the like I find this very interesting.


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