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Directions to Rosedale Ravine (Toronto) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Rosedale Ravine - Bus: 100, 65, 94, 97; Train: RH, UP; Subway: 2.

How to get to Rosedale Ravine by Train?

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From TTC 505 Dundas Streetcar, Toronto 83 min
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From Leslie Subway Station, Toronto 100 min
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Train - RH
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What are the closest stations to Rosedale Ravine?

The closest stations to Rosedale Ravine are:

  • Bloor St East At Castle Frank Rd East Side is 211 meters away, 3 min walk.
  • Bloor St East At Castle Frank Rd is 263 meters away, 4 min walk.
  • Castle Frank Station is 271 meters away, 4 min walk.
  • Castle Frank is 272 meters away, 4 min walk.

Which Bus lines stop near Rosedale Ravine?

These Bus lines stop near Rosedale Ravine: 100, 65, 94, 97.

Which Train lines stop near Rosedale Ravine?

These Train lines stop near Rosedale Ravine: RH, UP.

Which Subway lines stop near Rosedale Ravine?

These Subway lines stop near Rosedale Ravine: 2.

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Rosedale Ravine, Toronto
Rosedale Ravine, Toronto Castle Frank Brook is a buried creek and south-west flowing tributary of the Don River in central and north-western Toronto, Ontario, originating near the intersection of Lawrence Avenue and Dufferin Street. Residential and industrial development in the former suburban cities of York and North York have obliterated nearly all traces of its original course and topography in the uppermost reaches, but the original stream valley is evident in several older districts bordering the lower reaches. Sections of the lower valley include Cedarvale Park ravine, the Nordheimer Ravine near the intersection of St. Clair Avenue and Spadina Road, and the Rosedale Ravine just above the brook's confluence with the Don. Water still runs in short segments in Cedarvale Park and the Nordheimer Ravine but this is only a collection of surface runoff and ravine slope seepage. The channels are all artificially created and run into a storm sewer that carries the remnants of the brook. The southern section of Vaughan Road roughly parallels the brook's course, bypassing the steep slopes of the Cedarvale ravine. The brook's topographic influence is still evident at Ramsden Park, to the north of the intersection of Avenue Road and Davenport Road, representing the boundary of the densely developed Yorkville district. The Toronto Transit Commission's Spadina subway line follows the path of the creek from Eglinton West station to St. Clair West station, finally deviating southward at Spadina Road. The brook is named for the summer residence of Ontario's first colonial governor, John Graves Simcoe, which in turn was named for Simcoe's son, Francis Gwillim. It was built either on the west side of the Don River near the modern Prince Edward (Bloor) Viaduct, or on the east side of Cabbagetown near the river. The home featured a façade in the Georgian architectural style. It was abandoned when Simcoe returned to England in 1794, and burned down in 1829. Castle Frank subway station takes its name from the former residence. A second home of the same name was built north of this site by Sir Edward Kemp. It was demolished in 1962 for the current Rosedale Heights School of the Arts. The site of the original summer home can be seen from aerial photos as a partially cleared area with a ring-like shape.
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