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BOAT DOCKS
Toronto

Not sure what this small slip of water is called, but it is in the Toronto Harbour and is one of many small slips where tour and party boats may tie up. This is off the Toronto inner harbour on Lake Ontario.

Copyright: Spencer wynn
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Uploaded: 11/03/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: toronto; lake ontario; boats; boat docks; docks
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