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Let's face it, commuting in and around Toronto is generally a pain in the ass.

The worlds busiest highway, Highway 401 near Toronto, Canada.

The worlds busiest highway, Highway 401 near Toronto, Canada. I was here for a painting teacher class in

Toronto 1960s

The cluttered beauty of Toronto streets in the

Queen, King and Roncesvalles in 1920

Approaching Toronto from the southwest about a century ago, Roncesvalles Avenue would have been the first well developed north/south strip that one.

#TBT Toronto Construction remember when the CN Tower was being built? 1976. Now that was a high roof! #TBT #ALINETO #RoofRepair

Toronto Construction remember when the CN Tower was being built? Now that was a high roof!

It's time to head a little north for a dose of Toronto history. Given the manner in which the city developed up from Lake Ontario, it's understandable that there aren't as many historical photos of areas above Bloor Street, but that's not to say that they escape documentation altogether. A...

It's time to head a little north for a dose of Toronto history. Given the manner in which the city developed up from Lake Ontario, it's understanda.

Hamilton Street Railway Brill 745 on the BARTON route, KENILWORTH branch.

Hamilton Street Railway Brill 745 on the BARTON route, KENILWORTH branch.

Hillcrest Shops = There is a lot to talk about this photograph, taken at Hillcrest in November 1964 by John F. Bromley. TTC air-electric PCC #4000, at this point a training car, is the star of this frame, but A11-class ex-Cleveland all-electric PCC #4663 can be seen in behind. TTC GM "Old Look" bus #2120 rests, bearing a 6 BAY rollsign, along with other Old Looks, a bunch of New Looks (including TTC #3538) and two trolley coaches.

Hillcrest Shops = There is a lot to talk about this photograph, taken at Hillcrest in November 1964 by John F. Bromley. TTC air-electric PCC #4000, at this point a training car, is the star of this frame, but A11-class ex-Cleveland all-electric PCC #4663 can be seen in behind. TTC GM "Old Look" bus #2120 rests, bearing a 6 BAY rollsign, along with other Old Looks, a bunch of New Looks (including TTC #3538) and two trolley coaches.

10 Amazing Pictures Of How TTC Buses Have Changed Over Time | The Lash Blog

Most of us in Toronto take the TTC up, down or across to work, to events, to see friends or even family. Over Million people ride the Red Rocket every day and it’s been the focus of many…

https://flic.kr/p/r1jG48 | TTC 4365, Toronto, August 26, 1970 | Class A-6, built in 1946 by CC&F, StLCC body

https://flic.kr/p/r1jG48 | TTC 4365, Toronto, August 26, 1970 | Class A-6, built in 1946 by CC&F, StLCC body

The 5 weirdest Toronto street names

It's not easy naming a new street in Toronto. According to rules enforced by the city (PDF), each one must be unique, positive, historically releva.

Toronto Malls Vintage Old

Since we've been taking an extended look at Toronto malls that could use something of an aesthetic update, it seems only natural that my latest div.

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