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TORONTO SNOW STORM
Toronto

The big snow storm of 2013 in February. This is outside The Bay department store on the corner of Toronto's main street, Yonge Street and Queen Street.

Copyright: Spencer wynn
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Geüpload: 09/02/2013
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Tags: toronto; snow; storm; yonge street; queen street; winter; the bay
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