I haven't really posted on this website in a very long time. So here's a simple photo-post to change that.
The Wallace Ave Footbridge has undergone one of its most significant changes since being built in 1908: The straight eastern staircase down to Wallace Ave. has been removed and replaced with a turning switchback type of staircase connecting to the West Toronto Railpath down below.
A recent Tweet by @hellokaitlin made me want to dig through some of the photos of the Wallace Ave. Footbridge in the Junction Triangle Flickr Pool, and then post them here. This isn't really a true historical record of the bridge, as most of these photos are from the last 10 years, but it shows the bridge from many different angles, perspectives, during all seasons, by many different photographers, and with rapidly-changing surroundings. The photos in this collection are posted in semi-chronological order: Sorted by when they were added to the Flickr group, but not necessarily in the order they were taken.
Click any of the photos to go to their Flickr pages to get more info about the photo, photographer, etc. There are many more photos of the bridge and the rest of the neighbourhood in the Junction Triangle Flickr Pool.
You can also visit this link for a few photos from the City of Toronto Archives.