Toronto Beltline Railway

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1892 -1894 Toronto Beltline Railway western Humber loop.

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A brief history of Toronto's lost railway system

A year before becoming mayor of Toronto, Horatio Hocken stood before the city's Board of Trade to urge support for a subway beneath Bay Street. &qu...

Blakey's "Numerical List of Negatives": 222 On the Humber Bloor St Globe Jly 07 / SW May 09 Toronto City, Historical Architecture, Old Pictures, Ontario, Past, City Photo, The Neighbourhood, Old Things, Canada

Old Mill Road, bridge across Humber R. betw. Catherine St. & Old Mill Road, taken from w. end of Lessard Ave., Toronto, Ont.

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A brief history of Toronto's lost railway system Toronto Ontario Canada, Past, Urban, History, City, Vintage, Black, Black People, History Books

A brief history of Toronto's lost railway system

A year before becoming mayor of Toronto, Horatio Hocken stood before the city's Board of Trade to urge support for a subway beneath Bay Street. &qu...

Beltline station is visible behind the houses at 84 and 86 Florence Crescent between White Avenue and Homeview. In this photo the right of way still exists to the north. Aerial View, Florence, Past, Toronto, Canada, Houses, Black And White, History, Retro

Beltline station is visible behind the houses at 82, 84 and 86 Florence Crescent between White Avenue and Homeview. In this photo the right of way still exists to the north.

Kingsway South, looking n. of Verbena Ave. History Pics, Guernica, Digital Archives, Swansea, The Shining, Verbena, Landscape Photos, Past, Toronto

Kingsway South, looking n. from s. of Verbena Ave.

Silver gelatin contact print made 1980 by Library, Acc. 980-9-230. Date Created year accurate; month and day unknown for 1931

Kingsway South, looking n. of Verbena Ave. History Pics, Guernica, Digital Archives, Swansea, The Shining, Verbena, Landscape Photos, Past, Toronto

Kingsway South, looking n. from s. of Verbena Ave.

Silver gelatin contact print made 1980 by Library, Acc. 980-9-230. Date Created year accurate; month and day unknown for 1931

Beltline roadbed is visible between Old Mill structure and tree on right a few feet below the level of what is now Lessard Park. Toronto Architecture, Landscape Photos, Day Trips, Ontario, Art Gallery, Old Things, Country Roads, Canada, Belt

Beltline roadbed is visible between Old Mill structure and tree on right a few feet below the level of what is now Lessard Park.

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. Past, Toronto, The Neighbourhood, Old Things, River, History Pics, City, West Side, Image

Humber River, looking southwest from about Baby Point Road?

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Beltline tracks behind what is now Halford Avenue Railroad Tracks, Past, Toronto, History, History Books, Historia

Beltline tracks behind what is now Halford Avenue

Beltline tracks being covered to build South Kingsway. History Pics, Past, Toronto, Country Roads, Mountains, Building, Travel, Voyage, Buildings

Beltline tracks being covered to build South Kingsway.

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