POSTCARD – TORONTO – CALLED DUNDAS AT QUEEN – IS THIS AN ERROR OR HAS SOMETHING CHANGED ? – THERE’S NO PLACE IN THE MODERN CITY WHERE THESE TWO STREETS INTERSECT – SOME PEDESTRIANS – WOMEN WITH STROLLER – STREETCAR – NOTE WALL-PAINTED COCA-COLA SIGN – TINTED – NICE VERSION – 1910s – SEE HELPFUL READER COMMENT ABOUT THE LOCATION   3 comments

POSTCARD - TORONTO - CALLED DUNDAS AT QUEEN - SOME PEDESTRIANS - WOMEN WITH STROLLER - STREETCAR - NOTE WALL-PAINTED COCA COLA SIGN - TINTED -1910s

Posted July 20, 2019 by JOHN CHUCKMAN in Uncategorized

3 responses to “POSTCARD – TORONTO – CALLED DUNDAS AT QUEEN – IS THIS AN ERROR OR HAS SOMETHING CHANGED ? – THERE’S NO PLACE IN THE MODERN CITY WHERE THESE TWO STREETS INTERSECT – SOME PEDESTRIANS – WOMEN WITH STROLLER – STREETCAR – NOTE WALL-PAINTED COCA-COLA SIGN – TINTED – NICE VERSION – 1910s – SEE HELPFUL READER COMMENT ABOUT THE LOCATION

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  1. Ossington at Queen was originally Dundas.

  2. Here is an interesting article from BlogTO, explaining how Dundas St. was gradually pieced together through west side Toronto neighborhoods to form a continuous route downtown to Yonge St.
    https://www.blogto.com/city/2012/09/a_brief_history_of_what_is_now_known_as_dundas_street/

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