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Little Dancie Wong - crying and a little happier

Little Dancie Wong was not a happy baby when she had her photo taken in 1933. She was 2 years old, 2 feet, 8-1/2 inches tall. 151 more words


Ruins of Sheriff's Pit

A solitary corner of the manager’s house is all that remains of Sheriff’s Pit one of the several ironstone mines working the rich ironstone seams of Rosedale. 162 more words

North York Moors

Photo of the Week

Historically, it was easy to tell when you were entering or leaving a city. Its borders were indicated by walls and gates for centuries and in more recent times by generous greenbelts that separated one city from another. 703 more words


Young Ralph Cross

The iconic cross of the North York Moors; used in the National Park’s logo. It is sited at Rosedale Head and although this current cross dates from the eighteenth century, a cross has stood here as a guidepost since the thirteen century. 367 more words

North York Moors

Metro responds to Azusa, APU & Rosedale

Metro on Wednesday said it will open all six new Gold Line Stations on March 5 while helping with some mitigations to help customers reach the APU/Citrus College Station in Azusa. 237 more words


Saturday January 8, 1916

Page 5. (1916, Jan 08). Toronto Daily Star (1900-1971)


Milkman's Lane

Sunday January 3, 2016

Seen on historic maps since at least 1890, Milkman’s Lane is an abandoned roadway in Rosedale that now serves as a pathway connecting one of Toronto’s wealthiest communities with the Rosedale Ravine, the Don Valley Brick Works and the Lower Don trail system.   1,011 more words

Don River