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Yonge and College Toronto
Toronto

Autumn cloudy afternoon in the city of Toronto at the corner of Yonge and College where College Street becomes Carlton Street as you head eastbound.

In the next 2 years this streetcar you see passing will become a footnote in history as it's replaced by the new series of TTC streetcars set to infiltrate the city after 2013.

Down the street is the site of the once famous Maple Leaf Gardens now under renovation to be something else.

Across the street to the west are the shops of College Park, the Carlu event hall and the very famous Fran's Diner open 24/7.

Copyright: Digitalproperties.ca - bryan groulx
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Uppladdad: 17/10/2011
Uppdaterad: 03/07/2014
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Tags: ttc; streetcar; city; urban; toronto; college street; yonge street
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