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But that begs the question of why did they name a subway station after him?Okay, never mind, I just checked the map - it's near St Patrick St. :D
Is there a big celebration there on March 17th?I've been away for a few day and am trying to catch up!!
c'est bien de ce mettre au couleur de l'irlande dans cette station. pourquoi limite, il n'y a pas beaucoup de stations ?
Where's the people?
St. Patty's? St. Pat's Day? St. Pat's subway. Oh, I just read the comment above. There's a St. Patrick street. Why? :-)
I like the yellow color, this picture has a great angle!Léia
I didn't notice the green until I read your post. Interesting shade.
Nice photo in spite of the color challenges
Beautiful shot, very cool.
Lowell - there is also a St George and St Andrew - but sadly, no St David.The tile colour is a bit nauseous, though I like it for a subway station. strange, eh?! the tunnel look of the station is cool.
Ugly green or not you are lucky to have public transportation that works!
It is always a shade of green...
You sure had me confused. I googled St Patrick and St Patrick to see if Canada celebrated The Day differently.
I think it looks rather retro!
I agree...they had to be green. genie
@Olivier - on n'as que deux lignes de metro a Toronto. Je trouve cela deplorable pour une ville de cette taille. En plus, c'est tres cher pour les usagers.
the lighting in the stations make getting the exact shade of disturbing green difficult!
Looks like our own underground stations! :-)
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.