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20141231. This grade-separated track replaces the railway junction after which Toronto’s Junction hood is named.

20141231_5667-2_1600x1065Now that trains no longer need to wait to cross the junction, GO Transit regional commuter trains as well as the soon to be implemented Union Station – Pearson International Airport Express train will run faster with more efficient scheduling.

20141229. The remaining Inn on the Park building (c.1971) at Eglinton and Leslie in Toronto stands in a half demolished state.

20141229. The remaining Inn on the Park building (c.1971) at EglAccording to the Progreen Demolition website, this is one of the highest buildings (25 storeys) ever demolished in the GTA. The first Inn on the Park building, a modernist structure by architect Peter Dickinson was demolished in 2006.

20141030. The empty, decaying yet classical modernist Duke of York public school (c.1958) in Toronto’s Regent Park.

20141030. The empty,decaying yet classicly modernist Duke of Yor
The property on which this former Toronto District School Board school sits has been purchased by the Toronto Catholic District School Board. Due to its bad state of repair, it will most likely be demolished.