Beltline rail visible in corner of photograph.

Old Mill Road, bridge across Humber River, with Gamble Mill, Toronto 1906

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.

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.

toronto belt line

A brief history of Toronto's lost railway system

toronto belt line

A brief history of Toronto's lost railway system

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.

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.

Toronto, Belt

Historic Architecture, Toronto, Belt

Beltline tracks being covered to build South Kingsway.

Beltline tracks being covered to build South Kingsway.

Picturesque view down an unnamed dirt road through the Humber River Valley. Photo by John Boyd, - Courtesy Toronto Public Library & Toronto Star Archives.

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