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This rendition of Sherbourne station differs the most from what was built. Note that the station is directly beneath the intersection instead of to the south of it and, most intriguingly, note that the station has a centre platform and is a tube design like St. Patrick. The line was moved south to provide a better approach to the line's own bridge over Rosedale Valley. With the line south of Bloor Street, cut and cover was more feasible than boring a tunnel.

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