Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington, Giant TTC Map, Bickford Centre, etc. (May, 2009)

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  1. JasonParis

    JasonParis Moderator

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    Some more photos from earlier in the summer that I haven't had a chance to post until now....

    These include the May 31st installment of Kensington Market's "Pedestrian Sundays," a few pictures of a giant TTC Map that is currently being painted in front of the of the Bickford Centre at 773 Bloor St W (across from Christie Pitts) and also some pictures of the Bickford Centre itself. Enjoy!

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    The Bickford Centre

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    Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market

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  2. Mustapha

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    Great set. I have to get down to Kensy sometime. No one in those pics is over 30.:). I'll have to wear a Hollister T and suck in my gut to fit in.
     
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    Well that may have something to do with whom I like to take pictures of. :p

    Seriously though, a Hollister T isn't going to make you any friends in the market.
     
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    What's the deal with the Bickford Centre? It looks so neglected and almost abandoned because of all the surfaces in need of paint.
     
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