|Lawrence Subway Station|
|footprints in the snow|
|Walk onto residential streets|
|Homes of Lawrence Park|
Lawrence Subway is also surrounded by several other parks (
Bedford Park, Alexander Muir and ) ravines, mature trees, winding roads and quiets streets. Home to many inherently wealthy families as well as young professionals. The houses are mostly original and were constructed between 1890 -1940. They grace the streets in Tudor, Colonial and English Cottage designs. Lytton Park
|George Herbert Locke Library|
From what I could tell the area is inundated with gift shops, sporting good stores, coffee shops and small restaurants. There is a memorial library named after George Herbert Locke, born in Beamsville in 1870 and who become the chief Librarian of the Toronto Public Library. He had developed the first library filing system after the First World War. The library in his honor is situation at the southeast corner of Lawrence and Yonge.