Main Street is a station on the Bloor-Danforth Line of the Toronto subway. It is located at 2550 Danforth Avenue at Main Street. It opened in 1968. 350 metres to the south, Main Street connects to Danforth station on GO Transit's Lakeshore East line
"Main Street" was the main street of the suburban town of East Toronto, which was amalgamated into Toronto in 1908. The station name includes the word "Street" in order to avoid the possible misreading that it is the subway's "main station."
After leaving the station, the line starts to angle north away from Danforth Avenue. Just before the next station it emerges to run on the surface.
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