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Corner of Bloor and Bathurst
Toronto

Honest Ed's is a landmark discount store located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is named for its proprietor, Ed Mirvish.

Honest Ed's is prominently located on the corner of Bloor and Bathurst Streets, running the whole length of the block. The exterior is covered with huge red and yellow signs advertising the name of the store, lit up like a theatre marquee. The store sign uses 23,000 light bulbs.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honest_Ed's

Bathurst streetcar and subway station is a station on the Bloor-Danforth line of the subway system. It was opened in 1966. It is a major transfer point for both bus and streetcar routes, including the 511 Bathurst route, which provides services to Exhibition Place, Ontario Place, and the Canadian National Exhibition.

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