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The Find: a decoration that reminds us what we like about the TTC (um, not the potential fare hikes)

The reliability of the TTC is a contentious issue, but most people would agree that the individual aesthetic of each subway stop is something worth celebrating—it’s the reason Spacing’subway buttons are so popular. We found something for the “next level” transportation enthusiast at Walloper, an online shop that carries wall decals from every subway stop (with the exception of the RT line). Now any home can be as beautiful as a beloved TTC stop, but without the smell, the delays and the curmudgeonly transit workers. $25–$40.

Walloper, walloper.com

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