Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Hikes, Bikes and Likes: TORONTO RAVINES #2

 This post is the second in a series on Toronto's system of ravines, a relatively undiscovered treasure which encompasses many of the most interesting parks characteristic of our city. You may want to check out the other collections of photos in this series "Hikes, Bikes and Likes: TORONTO RAVINES" #1 (September 15), #3 (October 5), and #4 (November 10).

At the lower left you can see part of the outdoor rink where some of us old-timers played rather scruffy hockey 60 years ago!

The Canadian Pacific rail bridge across the West Don valley south of Eglinton Avenue.

The rail bridge in action!

CONTINUING ON: Strangely, some of you readers might like this material sufficiently to want to see more. If that is the case, you can indulge, unseen by other family members or remote co-workers; all you need to do is click on the link to the post Toronto Ravines #3.

Giorgio Coniglio can also be found on Facebook, should you care to look.

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