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Is LinuxCaffe really such a landmark? Although it's a nice enough place, and idealogically I am fond of it, it doesn't seem like something people would generally consider a "Toronto landmark".
No, it's not, and it is gone now. PKT (talk) 21:44, 15 March 2008 (UTC)
The escalator design is a bit weird, but... is the floor in the foreground of the picture (at the foot of the stairs) directly above the tracks? I seem to remember that being the case. The best explanation for this sort of design is where there is no space under the floor to fit the end of the escalator. There is a similar situation just outside the entrance to Bay (TTC) inside Cumberland Mall which has a pair of escalators that begin after a short flight of four stairs, because that part of the mall is built directly over the tracks for the Bloor/Danforth line. Cleduc 06:34, 3 February 2007 (UTC)
The escalator is one level above the track level (so people have already climbed one flight of stairs at this point). But, yeah, maybe there's something weird under there that prevented the escalator from going all the way. I wonder if TTC would know. Juliusdavies 14:33, 1 December 2007 (PDT)