announce1 The Toronto subway is going to be running regular service on track that hasn't seen passengers since 1966. http://transit.toronto.on.ca/ In 1966 the new subway line was connected to the old one with a wye which included 2 2-level stations. At the wye, alternate trains went different directions. This had a 6-month "trial" after the system opened, the another 6 months running a separate lines. They never went back to using the wye and the bottom half of one station (Bay) was closed off and rented for movie shoots. To complicate further, the northbound track was extended in a new line which would make the wye operation more complicated. (London Underground riders will say "So what?") Anyway. the tunnel roof between 2 of the stations needs replacing (after 40 years) and to allow this, on weekends all trains will go through the wye and the Museum station just south of it. (Details in the link). Lower Bay station will be visble to the paying public for the first time in 40 years, although trains will not stop there, and the lighting may be poor. The station is the dirtiest in the system, and not just because it acts the part of a New York station so often.