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Evening Rush at Wellington & Bay, Toronto

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Evening Rush Hour from the Financial District down Bay Street to Union Station. Most downtown office towers are located within a few minutes' walking distance of Union Station, Toronto's main train station. Most buildings are also connected by underground pathway, allowing pedestrians to avoid harsh weather conditions and vehicle traffic.

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