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Read:  The stories of Yonge Street, from the first breaking of the ground, to a first kiss.

Watch and listen: to the voices of the many travelers along Yonge Street.

Contribute:  Upload your own memories – images, stories, videos and audiofiles. (Audio and video files must be smaller than 32MB).

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The day the sewers backed up

This is my favourite Yonge and Gerrard Story.

My father was a mechanic at Gorrie's car dealership which was where 40 Gerrard St. apts. are across…see more

Walking Yonge Street with my dad in the 30's

My dad was an Irish immigrant from Belfast and it was such a struggle to raise a family in those days but he always walked so proud and dressed…see more

House at Yonge St. & Roxborough in the 1870s

A painting of Thomas Nightingale's house, which stood near the corner of Yonge & Roxborough streets, just north of the modern Rosedale subway station,…see more

Temporary bridge over the Don River (1955)

This bridge was built over the West Don River, just east of Yonge Street and a little to the north the Yonge Blvd.see more

Yonge & Queen in the 1880s

A view from Yonge Street looking west along Queen Street in about 1888. You can see horse-drawn streetcars and wagons, and gas lamps on the telephone…see more