See the construction of the Montreal Metro with archive images [PHOTO]

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If you often go through the Mont-Royal metro station or Edouard-Montpetit, you may have had a glimpse of what underground construction works look like. It's a lot of noise and a pretty visual. But that is only the view from above.Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Imagine when the entire underground world was built in 1966. 
These archive images allow us to explore the city's underground passages! It was a gigantic project that greatly contributed to strengthening the cultural influence of Montreal.Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
The work took 4 years during which the population only grew. Montrealers rejoiced during its inauguration on October 14, 1966.Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
The Montreal metro project was truly ambitious, in a way that stood out from the metros of other major world cities.Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Each station was a real work of art under construction. As you have surely noticed yourself, the stations of the Montreal Metro are distinguished from each other by their architectures as well as their colorful and unique designs. Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
This work has given pride of place to certain artists by recording them in history. But it is also the long work of these workers that you see at work 54 years later on your screen!Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
There is something really special about seeing the construction of these huge, interconnected tunnels that some of us use every day. Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Even if you are not a user, the fact is that under your feet, at another time in history, someone blasted the ground to build this underground labyrinth is amazing.Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
To give you an idea of ​​the extent of the work, part of the earth from the tunnels was used in 1965 to build Île Notre-Dame!Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
Source:  Archives de la ville de Montréal
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