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Danforth Avenue (informally also known as the Danforth) and Danforth Road are two historically-related arterial streets in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Danforth Avenue is an east–west street that begins in Old Toronto at the Prince Edward Viaduct as a continuation of Bloor Street and continues for about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east through old Toronto, about 350 metres (1,150 ft) of old East York, and a further 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) in Scarborough until intersecting with Kingston Road via a trumpet interchange. Danforth Road splits off the Avenue west of Warden Avenue, and runs diagonally northeast until south of Lawrence Avenue, where it continues as McCowan Road. Danforth Road was named for American contractor Asa Danforth Jr., who built portions of what would become Queen Street and Kingston Road. He started work in 1799 on Danforth's Road as (originally) a hundred-mile route from Scarborough to the Trent River. That road was completed 1801, but soon fell into disrepair and was largely replaced by the 1817 Kingston Road stagecoach route. Points of interest: -Danforth is home to Toronto's Greek community, also known as Greektown. -Shoppers World Danforth, a World War II munitions plant (and before that, a
Ford Motor Company plant).
It became a
Ford plant again after the war, until
Ford moved to Oakville in 1953, then an American Motors (AMC) plant, producing Ramblers, --- -Nashes and Hudsons, before AMC moved to Brampton.
The buildings were retained and were converted to a shopping mall in 1962. -Scarborough War Memorial, at the eastern end of Danforth Avenue at Kingston Road, once the junctions of former Highways 2 and 5. -Variety Village, an athletic facility for adults and youths with disabilities. -Birchmount Stadium and Scarborough Arena Gardens and much more.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danforth_Avenue, https://www.blogto.com/danforth/