1. Starts with "N"
2. A Favorite
For the letter of the week for this round I am going to go with all things TTC, Toronto Transit Corporation.
North York Centre opened in 1987 in what was then the City of North York as an infill station to the Yonge–University line.
This station was added by excavating alongside the existing tracks, on a level section of route provided for this purpose when the line was built. The view across the tracks between platforms is not as open as most stations, as the solid concrete wall had to retain its load-bearing strength, and smaller openings were cut.
Top of the North Hill—1850s on the northbound platform (surtitled with the historic place names “Don Mills, Flynntown, L'Amoreaux, Lansing, Milneford, Newtonbrook, Oriole, O’Sullivan’s Corners, Willowdale”).
Traffic at Yonge and Sheppard—1860s on the southbound platform (surtitled with the historic place names “Downsview, Dublin, Eglinton, Elia, Emery, Fairbank, Fisherville, Humber Summit, Kaiserville, York Mills, Weston”).
Toronto's area code is 416.
When visiting Toronto you can see three tourist attractions in one block, they are so near to each other. And if you are at a convention you are still near as you are on the same block!
CN Tower and Aquarium