10 June 2014

Unfamiliar infrastructure

North end of the Don Mills Trail 
South end of the Don Mills Trail
It's difficult to avoid the sense that the Don Mills Trail was supposed to have a more lengthy existence at one point in its planning history, and equally difficult to imagine how it could; it's a rail trail, and there's substantial rail infrastructure remaining at both ends.

Despite which, and despite the difficulty I had finding the north end, it's a surprisingly nice couple kilometres; leafy, shaded, and quiet.  I probably can't count all fifteen years in Toronto against "well, it took me awhile to get around to that" but I can certainly count some of them.

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