Google Street View goes live in the Junction Post date October 7, 2009 Post categories In Uncategorized Starting to day you can see the Junction buildings and streets though the eyes of Google, simply go to Google Maps – the only part of the interface thats annoying is the hidden link to the live view. (see screen snap below) Junction City Square looking easy on Dundas St West Mc Murray Ave with everpresent artists loitering about Tags Google Maps, The Junction Post navigation ←Previous post:An interview with ROB PRICHARD, METROLINX PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE→Next post:238 Annette Street – Coffee Shop Proposal 3 Comments you can drag the little man icon onto the map, which will enable the street view. Loading... Thats what Ii did to get the views, thanks for commenting it i should have noted it. Loading... One nifty aspect of this new application – if you follow this link: http://www.google.ca/intl/en_ca/help/maps/streetview/ …and click on the Heritage Toronto icon, you enable a mapplet which highlights some of Toronto's more iconic historical properties. The closest one to our area is probably Montgomery's Inn. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.