Latest pictures of construction at Queen and Spadina–July 2012


This photo was taken on Monday 16 July at 5 pm. During the day, a section of the cement was poured to cover large sections of the exposed tracks. The view is looking toward the southeast corner of Queen and Spadina.


In this photo, in the foreground, only one more section of the track remains to be encased in cement.


                            Gazing east toward Spadina from Queen St.

To view the post about the 1920s washroom buried beneath the intersection at Queen and Spadina –

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