Photo: I can't believe that the grey stuff. It looks totally junky.

Compare to Ellesmere's equivalent:
https://plus.google.com/photos/+NathanNg1/albums/6057600073551032257/6057600329799721810?pid=6057600329799721810&oid=115379527103152169094
Photo: The left side used to be an escalator, right? Because it's unbelievable otherwise. No architect would do that.
Photo: View of the automated entrance/exit on the eastern side.

This entrance feels like you're standing in a garage.

When the station opened in April 1985, originally there was a closed circuit TV camera at this unstaffed entrance which would allow passengers to display their transfers or Metropasses to the Collector on the west side, who could push a button to let them through the gate.
Photo: this is what greets you when you enter the automated side.

Love that camera watching me!

Also of note: look at the RT icon smooshed into the Westbound / Eastbound sign.
Photo: The night awaits beyond.

Does this not feel like the interior of a garage?
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Nathan Ng
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View of the automated entrance/exit on the eastern side.

This entrance feels like you're standing in a garage.

When the station opened in April 1985, originally there was a closed circuit TV camera at this unstaffed entrance which would allow passengers to display their transfers or Metropasses to the Collector on the west side, who could push a button to let them through the gate.