In the spirit of the holidays, the TTC has teamed up with Lego on an adorable Christmas window display at one of Toronto's busiest subway stations. The display stands in a busy corridor at Bloor-Yonge station and is sure to put a smile on people's faces even during chaotic subway delays.
The display features a Lego replica of a TTC train making its way around a railroad track through a snowy Christmas landscape. Next to the Hudson's Bay holiday windows, it's easily the most festive Christmas display in the city.
TTC'S 2018 Lego Christmas Window at Bloor/Yonge station.@ThisCrazyTrain @BrandonRoweTV @bradTTC @ttcriders @TTChelps @TorontosMayor @TorontoStar @globalnewsto @CBCToronto @NWestoll— Aaron Chapman (@legovader217) November 18, 2018
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This isn't the first time that TTC and Lego have teamed up on an exhibit at a Toronto subway station. Back in May, a company called Transit Bricks created an epic replica display of Toronto's historic streetcars and subway trains, made entirely out of Lego. The exhibit was held at the abandoned Lower Bay TTC station.
Lego replicas of Toronto transit have become so popular, you can even vote to make them into real Lego products. With enough votes, this Toronto Rocket subway train, complete with a full train track and 2 mini-figure transit operators, could become part of the Lego product lineup. The page already has 4,500 supporters.