St. Clair Subway

The St. Clair Subway is located on the Yonge/University-Spadina line of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and was opened to the public in 1954. At that time the World Headquarters of George Weston Food Inc. was located at the corner of St. Clair and Yonge. Today the intersection looks much different as you can see.
Now St. Clair /Yonge subway station intersects with two more subway stations (Warden in the East and St. Clair West (near Bathurst). I plan on visiting those two stations at a later time!! There are many shops and restaurants including an amazing sushi buffet that we ate at for lunch! The St. Clair Subway is within minutes of the Mount Pleasant Cemetary which is located on Mt. Pleasant Rd. It is actually closer to the Davisville subway station, but it was a such a beautiful crisp Fall day, the walk from St. Clair wasn't bad at all. The Cemetary is grounds to the most beautiful collection of trees in North America. There are also plots of famous figures such as Stavros (owner of the Leafs), Timothy Eaton and Sr. Mackenzie King (the longest termed prime minister of Canada). The cemetery is situated in parkland of deciduous trees and elms, willows and maples. We found this tree stump that was hit with lightning!

Another amazing day and I got there the better way! ;)