An abandoned TTC station will get a spooky transformation this Halloween weekend for the first time!
Abandoned since 1966, the Lower Bay Station operated for only 6 months when the TTC, according to Atlas Obscura, attempted to divert trains “in an awkward loop from the northbound University line to the eastbound Danforth line.” Afterwards, it was abandoned. The station is closed to the public aside from when it opens during festivals like Nuit Blanche, but this Halloween weekend, the station will be transformed into a spooky and wild haunted house.
TTC’s opening the station for 2 nights only during Halloween Fest. Parental discretion is advised as some of the paid actors and haunts will be quite spooky, but the TTC has stated this’ll be a family-friendly activity.
Two TTC trains will be transformed: one is a Trick or Treat train for the kids and the other train will be transformed into a scary haunt you can brave, if you dare.
The haunt will be from Sat, October 28th from 9am-7pm and Sun, October 29th from 9am-4pm. Tickets can be purchased at the door for only $5. We’ll see you there!