New creeks had begun to form where none had previously existed. But it was – hands down – the effects on the Humber River that caused the most devastation. Here we see the damage the Humber caused to the Old Dundas St.
Humber River, rail line and bridge in background? Mislabled by Toronto Public Library as the view from Baby Point. There would have to have been a rail line and bridge along the west side of the Humber River.