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Many hotels and establishments were constructed in order to serve those travelling along the route, and by there were around 40 between Yorkville and Richmond Hill. It's very likely that the Paul Pry Hotel which was located at Yonge and Davisville was a regular stop on this route.
From Toronto Public Library Archives. Of course, one of the biggest moments in the history of Toronto's public transportation was the development and opening of the Yonge Subway line which opened in Originally only running from Union Station up to Eglinton Station , it was Davisville station that became home to the TTC's head office when it opened in At the same time, this is when many of the apartment buildings went up on Davisville, Balliol and Merton. Set to open in , the LRT will give Midtown residents access and faster connections to the west and east ends of the city like never before across 25 stations and stops.
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Each old photograph is accompanied by a story that has been an individual effort. This accounts for the various styles of writing and the depth of information relating to it. Augustus Jones, the surveyor assigned by Simcoe, the French, the German pioneers, the Loyalists — all were to influence the building of Yonge Street.
With the building of a route came tolls, inns, villages, more immigrants and ultimately an avenue of economy serving as the key transportation route for the people, goods and services that represent our province. Your email address will not be published. Back to General Histories.
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