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[PHOTO] Toronto skyline in late winter, looking south from the Glenholme steps

Toronto skyline in late winter, looking south from the Glenholme steps #toronto #regalheights #glenholmesteps #skyline #winter #latergram

Written by Randy McDonald

March 14, 2020 at 3:00 pm

[PHOTO] Looking south upon Bartlett Avenue from above

Looking south upon Bartlett Avenue from above #toronto #davenport #bartlettavenue #regalheights #night #skyline #latergram

Written by Randy McDonald

February 5, 2019 at 9:00 am

Last night, I took a leisurely walk home on a warm summer evening, west on St. Clair from St. Clair West station and then south through Regal Heights, down to the northwesternmost corner of Dovercourt Village.

West towards Bathurst on St. Clair #toronto #stclairwest #stclairavenue

Empty lot, northeast corner of Bathurst and St. Clair #toronto #stclairwest #stclairavenue #bathurststreet #fields #skyline

Vaughan Road at St. Clair #toronto #stclairwest #stclairavenue #vaughanroad #intersection

512 St. Clair westbound at Christir #toronto #stclairavenue #stclairwest #christiestreet #ttc #streetcars #bracondalehill #512stclair

Balconies of yellow brick #toronto #stclairwest #stclairavenue #bracondalehill #yellow #brick #balcony

St. Clair West at Winona #toronto #stclairwest #stclairavenue #winonadrive #intersection #ttc #streetcars

For National Aboriginal History Month #toronto #firstnations #indigenoushistorymonth #stclairwest #stclairavenue #regalheights #books #bookstore #window #display #ayeregobooks

Into the green #toronto #regalheights #green #path #regalroad #glenholmeave

Down the stairs #toronto #stairs #escarpment #glaciallakeiroquois #davenport #regalheights #davenportroad #regalroad

Looking south down Bartlett Avenue North #toronto #davenport #bartlettavenue #davenportroad

[URBAN NOTE] Four Toronto links: King Street, Regal Heights, Eglinton LRT, Toronto Coach Terminal

  • Steve Munro takes a look at early statistics on the King Street transit experiments.
  • CBC notes how some neighbourhood residents in Regal Heights used leaves and chalk to redesign the flow of traffic at an intersection.
  • blogTO shares impressive photos of the deep mine-like excavations made for some of the Eglinton LRT stations.
  • NOW Toronto talks about the efforts to revamp the Toronto Coach Terminal, a lovely old building downtown, in an era of changing transit flows.