CPR Toronto Yard
Prior to being a railyard, the area was home to farms in the area known as Brown's Corners. A large hill, Fisher's Hill, overlooked the area and was leveled to prepare the building of the railyard. Highland Creek flows in the northeast corner.
Railway repair equipment is stored along the east side of the facility.
As of early 2013, the hump and the classification yard are closed and the classification tracks remain empty of equipment.
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