Originally posted by Kr0nZ
These secret underground subway tunnels is something that has always fascinated me. I live near Toronto and have heard about the station underneath
bay before, I always wanted to go check it out, i wounder what other secrets are down there.
I've been to the Lower Bay station twice. Once about 20 years ago, and the second time was around 2007 or so.
The first time I went I was doing something illegal (ie. trespassing) and mind-bogglingly stupid (ie. running down a live subway line). This is a
really stupid thing to do, and I don't advise it. There's a really good chance of getting killed, and no joke. Lower Bay as a station might be
closed, but the line itself is still live and is used to shunt trains and maintenance cars - and they don't operate on any schedule that the general
public would be aware of. Seriously, don't do this.
The second time it was open to the public for Doors Open Toronto, and I happened to be in town. If you're really keen to see that part of Toronto,
wait for them to run that again. You're really not missing much, in any case. It's a subway platform. There's nothing really special about it,
other than being a permanent monument to bad transit planning.
It's a very well documented place - do a google image search on "Lower Bay Toronto", and do the same on youtube. Like 99.999999% of all abandoned
places, when you get right down to it - it's really a dull, uninteresting location and the only point of going is bragging rights.
To the OP - you suggest that his station is part of some network serving the elite.
My question to you: What possible reason would you have for thinking that? There's no benefit to using that station, which is why it was abandoned.