Does anyone know of some existing brick-paved streets in Toronto? I'm confident that no stone-paved streets exist today, but that they did at some point. Toronto was already an established city before the dawn of the age of asphalt paving in the late 19th century. Toronto still has some stretches of road paved with bricks, and they are fascinating and remarkable. What's more, we also have stretches of road paved with modern interlocking bricks, which are also unique and attractive. I have found no list online of brick-paved streets in Toronto, and I wouldn't be surprised if no such list was in existence. Brick streets are, at best, at the back of our city's consciousness and most of the surviving ones are on relatively obscure side streets. Yet they can be quite beautiful, and definitely inspiring for city-improvement projects. (Some brick paving exists under layers of asphalt.) For this reason, I have compiled a list myself: Link Google's street view feature is great for browsing these streets; I recommend it. I want to make the list as complete as possible, so I'd love to hear of other uniquely paved roads in Toronto. My criteria are simple. If the paving is traditional like real brick or stone, then any length is significant, while streets paved with modern pavers require more than just a few linear metres worth.