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John’s Featured Picture of the Day (June 22 13) — The Signs of Yonge Street (Bloor to St Clair – Part 1 of 2)

John’s Featured Picture of the Day (June 22 13) — The Signs of Yonge Street (Bloor to St Clair – Part 1 of 2)

John’s Featured Picture of the Day (June 22 13) — The Signs of Yonge Street (Bloor to St Clair – Part 1 of 2)

TLTV Ep 93 – Avoca St Bridge

On St. Clair Avenue, about 1km east on Yonge Street, there is a beautiful white bridge that spans the Vale Of Avoca ravine. Most commuters and pedestrians simply take it for granted as they go about their day, but they are missing something. A path off of Avoca Avenue takes us near the side of the bridge where it becomes clear that it is an area that often houses a few of Toronto’s homeless. The path also takes us down below into the valley where we can get up close to the bottom of the bridge to see it’s great black metal spans that cross the bubbling stream below. The path and wooden walkways take us past some very colourful graffiti and interesting signs of life.

On St. Clair Avenue, about 1km east on Yonge Street, there is a beautiful white bridge that spans the Vale Of Avoca ravine. Most commuters and pedestrians simply take it for granted as they go about their day, but they

TLTV Ep 91 – Yonge Street (St Clair to Summerhill)

This is the start of an ongoing series that will, over time, look at various streets throughout The GTA. The stretch of Yonge Street (the longest street in the world) between bustling St. Clair Avenue and quieter Summerhill Avenue, has a number of interesting features.

We’ll start at the busy intersection of Yonge and St Clair, with it’s medium-sized skyscrapers. From there we’ll wander south toward Summerhill Avenue, stopping to look at some of the interesting places along the way, like the restaurants The Monk’s Table and The Rosedale Diner. Torontonians will walk and drive by as we look at some shop windows, all while we make our way under the railway bridge to view the steeple overlooking the huge new LCBO outlet.

Finally, we’ll spy a small nondescript alleyway that holds a clue to our next episode…

This is the start of an ongoing series that will, over time, look at various streets throughout The GTA. The stretch of Yonge Street (the longest street in the world) between bustling St. Clair Avenue and quieter Summerhill Avenue, has