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Steamwhistle Brewery - Roundhouse Park
Toronto

http://www.heritagetoronto.org/news/blog/derek-boles/evolution-roundhouse-park

This is a great view on an early Saturday morning of the CN Tower from Streamwhistle Brewery  & Roundhouse Park.    The park is under construction as of the date this was taken (September 2009) in preparation for a historical display of full size locomotives and minatures all preserving Toronto's railway heritage.  

More info available here:

http://www.trha.ca/roundhousepark.html

http://www.heritagetoronto.org/news/blog/derek-boles/evolution-roundhouse-park

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Hochgeladen: 14/09/2009
Aktualisiert: 03/07/2014
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Tags: steamwhistle; brewery; cn tower; rogers centre; roundhouse park
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