Image shows glass panels.

Crosstown’s Keelesdale Station taking shape – New images of railings that will greet customers

In the latest photos from the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit project, we have an inside look at Keelesdale, as well as structural advances at Caledonia and Kennedy stations. Come this way to check it out.

We have new images that show large concrete and structural steel work on the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) route. But it’s a picture from inside Keelesdale Station, showing just a row of glass panes that really focused our attention.

Image shows glass panels.
Pane and gain – The glass panels at Keelesdale. (Metrolinx photo)

It’s the glass railings inside the main entrance, and while only a glimpse, it gives an insider view of what Toronto customers will see every day, while using this stop long the 19-kilometre light rail corridor.

As well, at Caledonia Station, here’s a recent image of formwork going up in preparation for pours of concrete which will form interior walls.

Image shows a large construction wall.
Formwork at Caledonia. (Metrolinx photo)

Then onto Kennedy, you can see installation of structural steel which will form the new entrance building has now been completed.

Image shows the outline and concrete walls of buildings.
The skeleton of the new entry building at Kennedy. (Metrolinx photo)

It’s all progress on a big scale. But it’s in the glass that we saw the reflection of journeys to come.