Um, no. "The kicker", as you put it, is that essentially this group believes that Toronto Hydro has misled them, repeatedly, in bad faith. What they're saying is that Hydro won them over with assurances that the station would be unmanned, completely below ground, and would preserve the heritage integrity of the existing structure. This group clearly believed, or feels it was led to believe, that they would be able to operate their museum in the machine shop -- all of it. They're now being told they can have less than 40% of the space, and they have huge concerns about the impact that construction will have on the heritage integrity of the current structure.the kicker is that Toronto Hydro is even offering them 40% of the space that they never even had in the first place, and the museum folks have gotten indignant at the offer.