Here is a look at the Turcot Interchange being built in 1966! You can see the significance of the train tunnel that I call Dead Dog Tunnel (because the first […]
Perhaps this could also serve as an allegory for the Turcot Interchange. “First Nations have lived on Tsi Tetsionitiakon , the Island of Montreal, from time immemorial. Tiohtiake, the name […]
today there is a whole batch of serpentine concrete lanes stretching over head, but this is roughly what was on the ground until 1960.
welcome to the world’s largest Abandoned Urban Space! Here we will be doing stuff in regards to Turcot Yards and how I have come to get involved with it and […]