Time seems to go faster as you get older, so maybe I am accelerating into oblivion …
Take a stroll over towards the Bayview Station and you can easily become overwhelmed by the number of activities occurring simultaneously.
The above pic captures just the station structure itself: there is a long bent arm crane conducting wet cement to its destination, the vertical black crane with a rocker top that is drilling caissons to construct concrete columns (pictured in more detail a week or two ago), a yellow crane doing who knows what, a black crane on the right moving rebars and a crane on the left, down at Trillium platform level, doing something else.
Mind, when you go there two days in a row, or sometimes just on the return trip from wherever you have been, the pathways have already been shuffled around the dynamic work site, and you have to pick out your route.
Not seen are the power shovels down in the pit a track level, or the power shovels removing the former transitway asphalt road bed in preparation for laying ties and tracks on the same alignment.
It is nice to see the LRT construction moving ahead visibly. The tunnel portions are exciting, but out of sight.
Now, if I could only find out who is operating that rock hoe at twelve midnight night after night …