Rosedale, Toronto

"Rosedale is an affluent neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which was formerly the estate of William Botsford Jarvis, and so named by his wife, granddaughter of William Dummer Powell, for the wild roses that grew there in abundance."
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The Chorley Park Estate, Rosedale, Toronto. Currently demolished.

Chorley Park was the fourth Government House constructed in the early century in Toronto. The birthplace of Toronto alderman John Hallam, it was bought by the city in 1960 and eventually demolished in

The Chorley Park Estate, Rosedale, Toronto. Currently demolished.

Chorley Park was the fourth Government House constructed in the early century in Toronto. The birthplace of Toronto alderman John Hallam, it was bought by the city in 1960 and eventually demolished in

1960s Bus in Toronto at Rosedale Station

Although the TTC streetcar takes the cake as far as Toronto transit icons go, our buses hold a particular place in my heart. Sure, buses are a comm.

Residential map of Rosedale Toronto's charming suburb. : Toronto Public Library

Residential map of Rosedale Toronto's charming suburb, 1905

Rosedale Station - photo by Photolifer

Rosedale Station - Never thought I would miss public transportation -- but I do

A look inside Integral House, Rosedale's $28-million modern mansion | Toronto Life

A look inside Integral House, Rosedale's $28-million modern mansion | Toronto Life

Old train station converted into huge liquor store in Rosedale (Toronto)

Old train station converted into huge liquor store in Rosedale (Toronto)

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Rosedale-Summerhill Guide: 23 need-to-know places along Yonge Street’s poshest stretch

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