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Todmorden Mills is an early settlement area near the Don River.
Todmorden Mills is an early settlement area near the Don River. Go north on Broadview from the Danforth, turn left at Pottery Road (at the Dairy Queen), down the big hill, then turn left at the bottom and find a parking spot. There are some old houses which are well preserved and complete with furnishings. In behind the houses, there is a circular walking path that crosses over an old bend in the Don River that has been cut off from the main flow by the construction of the Don Valley Parkway.
67 Pottery Road, Toronto, ON, Canada
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