Pistard collection of the Bibliotheque et Archives Nationale
Bonus Trivia. When the Turcot Interchange was first built the lighting system was the rather sexy lines of lights that ran along the short walls on the sides as seen in the above photos. Eventually they conceded that keeping these snow/mush/salt free in winter was too much of a problem and more traditional light standards were installed.
NOTE : These images were originally attributed to Gabor Szilasi, however it has since come to light that Mr Szilasi is not the photographer for these images.