* Snapshot of Lees, uOttawa, Pimisi and Bayview Stations - April 13, 2019
Taking a look at Lees, uOttawa, Pimisi and Bayview Stations along the O-Train Confederation Line. With plenty of LRV testing taking place, the stations are bustling with activity and life.
The entrance to Lees Station
Looking down towards the platforms
The multiuse pathway is to the right, passing alongside the station.
The tracks leading to the station
And away towards Hurdman, heading East.
The multiuse pathway connecting Ottawa U to the Rideau Canal. The main station entrance is ahead and to the right before the end of the tunnel.
The main entrance. Elevators are positioned to both sides.
The eastern end of the platforms.
Looking inside the station towards the middle of the platforms. The yellow posts are to help prevent and block the gap between coupled LRVs (Light Rail Vehicles).
Another angle, showing the platforms and upper westbound entrance, as well as the multiuse pathway and main entrance below. You can also see some fare vending machines below in the tunnel.
The main entrance of Pimisi Station. To the right are stairs and an elevator to access the multi-use pathway below.
A closeup of the stairs and elevator to the pathway below.
The second entrance to Pimisi Station, located directly across Booth Street.
Fare vending machines positioned to the left.
Looking inside you can see the escalators.
And the downtown tunnel western portal.
In this photo you can see the multi-use pathway as well as the plaza area of the station. The stairs and elevator from the earlier photos reaches this level and is to the left of the photo.
Bayview Station entrance, located on Albert Street and directly serving the eastbound platform.
Stairs going down to the Trillium multi-use pathway.
The Confederation Line platforms pass above the Trillium Line platform located below.
LRV entering Bayview Station heading westbound to Tunney's Pasture.
The tracks and guideway heading eastbound towards Downtown and ultimately Blair Station.