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Toronto: Weird photos of North East Toronto and more
I was on a drive last night through the Rouge Park in North East Scarborough(Toronto) and took some photos. Due to a moving car, etc they did not come out well. But I did play around with them and made some weird photos out of them. So enjoy a weird look at the last bit of wilderness within Toronto city limits, including farm land. All protected under the Rouge Park.
Only suspension bridge in Toronto.
The Old Finch Ave Bailey Bridge. One of only a couple still in use in Toronto.