Artist based digital printing and mounting business on St Clair In the Junction Tumaxco at 2561 St Clair W. Offers a printing and mounting service for artists, offering a great selection of printing materials. As an artist this author really is happy such a entity has placed itself in the Junction. I will be using it – Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone March 24, 2011 In Uncategorized The Junction ← Previous post Next post → 4 Comments Richard March 25, 2011 So St. Clair & Runnymede are considered "The Junction" as well now? Reply junctioneer March 25, 2011 Historically yes and what this blog adheres to.. the store actually sits on land once used for the CPR Toronto west yard. Reply Raymond Kennedy March 25, 2011 Nope. Never the Junction nor part of West Toronto. West of Runnymede Road was York Township and was eventually taken over by the City of Toronto. The land was part of CPR Lambton Yard most of which remains in use for freight trains. Raymond KennedyCPR historian retired. Reply A.R. March 30, 2011 No, West Toronto yard only goes up to Runnymede Road. West of Runnymede, it's Lambton Yard. The WTJHS's map is a good source on the matter of boundaries. This area isn't part of the Junction, but still in the periphery, so at least the occasional look isn't completely unexpected. Today, the boundaries encompass a smaller area, but it's fair to say that St. Clair West between Keele and Runnymede is still part of the Junction with the Stock Yards legacy still quite clear, for better or for worse. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.