Toronto Union, Toronto
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The largest railway station in Canada, Toronto Union serves over 250,000 passengers every day. When visiting Toronto, it's hard to miss the grandiose building, which was designed by a Montreal architecture firm in a beaux arts style, and opened in 1927. You can stop by and admire the historic building and vital transportation hub, roam its spacious halls, and visit its shops and eateries. Work out when and for how long to visit Toronto Union and other Toronto attractions using our handy Toronto vacation builder.
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Every day thousands of people go through here by trains, going to work, getting to the airport, travelling, making connections to city buses, subways, and out of town/province trains. Some constructio... read more »
Don't get me wrong, the station is big and well organised however I found it to be almost as un-inspiring as some very un-inspiring places I have seen before. It does not match the greatness or spirit... read more »
Estação bonita, com prédios antigos e também novos. Um lugar onde você vai se localizar com facilidade, limpo e bem mantido.Beautiful station, with old buildings and also new. A place where you're going to find with ease, clean and well maintained.show original
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