|Location||3580 and 3585, rue Berri, Montreal|
|Operated by||Société de transport de Montréal|
|Depth||10.4 metres (34 feet 1 inch), 51st deepest|
Crevier, Lemieux, Mercier et Caron
|Opened||14 October 1966|
|Passengers||4,007,872 entrances in 2010, 23rd of 68|
Sherbrooke station is a Montreal Metro station in the borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) and serves the Orange Line. This station, near downtown, opened on October 14, 1966, as part of the original network of the Metro.
The station, designed by Jean Dumontier and Crevier, Lemieux, Mercier et Caron, is a normal side-platform station, built in open cut due to the difficulty of construction under Berri Street near the Sherbrooke Street overpass. It has a single mezzanine giving access to two entrances, one on either side of Berri Street, both integrated into buildings. The walls are decorated in straw-yellow brick, purple ceiling louvres and bulkhead walls, and orange highlights.
Architecture and art
The station's main artwork is a mosaic, the only one in the Metro, on the Côte-Vertu platform. Designed by Gabriel Bastien and Andrea Vau, it depicts the achievements of the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society, whose headquarters are nearby. There are also two mural works by Mario Merola in the accesses.
Origin of the name
Connecting bus routes
|Société de transport de Montréal|
|144 Av. des Pins|
|360 Av. des Pins|
Nearby points of interest
- Institut de tourisme et d'hôtellerie du Québec
- Parc Lafontaine
- Saint-Louis Square
- Théâtre d'Aujourd'hui
- Théâtre de Quat'Sous
- Théâtre La Chapelle
- Prince-Arthur Street
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