Random Wanderings and Wonderings

The Globe visits Dodgeville

By , May 13, 2009

Roads to nowhere, paths of discovery

For those of you who didn’t catch it, Dodgeville was featured in Dave LeBlanc’s Architourist column in Friday’s Globe and Mail. Mr. LeBlanc (to use the Globe‘s house style) and I spent a sunny Sunday afternoon last month exploring three abandoned bits of Toronto infrastructure: old Don Mills Road, Pottery Road, and the DVP on-ramp at York Mills. Good times.

3 Responses to “The Globe visits Dodgeville”

  1. Steve Worotynec says:

    Congratulations on the recognition for some amazing urban history research.

  2. Yes, it is nice to see the MSM use blogs for more than non-attributed work! Congrats.

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