The many new sides of Mount Dennis – Photos of the day

As we’ve taken readers from end to end at every stop and station along Toronto’s Crosstown light rail transit system, we’re constantly adding updates on the progress being made. Here’s the latest view of the many different angles to the Mount Dennis Station build.

There are a lot of sides to Mount Dennis.

As one of the most interesting sections along the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) routes – thanks to moving the famous and historic ‘Kodak Building 9’ as well as the workings of the adjacent Eglinton Maintenance and Storage Facility – there’s a lot going on at the station.

And these two new images show two different – and important – sides of that work.

Against a glass windowed building, an overhand juts out above a sidewalk.

The bus terminal at Mount Dennis is inching nearer to completion, with panels for the overhang now visible.

Inside the empty building, walls and ceiling are new and primed.

Did you know the former Kodak Building at Mount Dennis is being turned into a station entrance? Restoration works are ongoing in both the interior and on the exterior.

Need a primer of the effort it took to move the Kodak Building? We thought we’d remind you with this popular video.



For a complete story on the Mount Dennis Station build, just click here.