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Brampton

line (formerly part of the Canadian Pacific Railway line) run through the city, CN's Intermodal Yards are located east of Airport Road (Airport Road, Ontario) between Steeles and the former Highway 7 Queen Street East (Highway 7 (Ontario)). The CN Track from Toronto's Union Station (Union Station, Toronto), is the Georgetown GO Transit Rail Corridor (Georgetown line) providing commuter rail and bus services to and from Toronto with rail station stops at Bramalea (Bramalea GO Station), Downtown Brampton (Brampton GO Station), and Mount Pleasant (Mount Pleasant GO Station). Via Rail connects through Brampton as part of the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor. Air Canada's busiest airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport (CYYZ), is located near Brampton, in Mississauga (Mississauga, Ontario). Greater Toronto Airports Authority draft plan for Pickering Airport, Greater Toronto Airports Authority (2003). Retrieved on 2006-12-08. For general aviation the city is served by the privately owned Brampton Airport (CNC3), located to the north of the city in neighbouring Caledon (Caledon, Ontario). Road Brampton is served by several major transportation routes: Highway 401 (Ontario Highway 401) from Toronto is a short distance south in Mississauga (Mississauga, Ontario), and can be reached by Highway 410 (Ontario Highway 410), which runs north-south through the middle of the city. Highway 407 (Ontario Highway 407) runs along the southern portion of the city, just north of the boundary with Mississauga. Steeles Avenue, which runs north of the 407, is another thoroughfare from Toronto. The former Highway 7 (Highway 7 (Ontario)) (now Regional Road 107 in Brampton) is another east-west corridor, (actually two, as it incorporates the eastern part of Queen Street and the western part of Bovaird Drive). Representation in other media *Deepa Mehta's 2008 film ''Heaven on Earth (Heaven on Earth (film))'' is set in Brampton. WikiPedia:Brampton, Ontario


Fukuoka

railway line, run by Nishitetsu is also heavily used and connects the downtown area of Tenjin to the city of Omuta. Sports Fukuoka is the home of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks, one of Japan's top professional baseball teams. Threatened with bankruptcy and forced by its creditors to restructure, former owner Daiei sold the Hawks to Softbank Capital in 2004. Fukuoka is home to a professional football (association football) team, Avispa Fukuoka. Annual sporting


Watford

motorway that rings London and the M1 motorway that connects London to the Midlands (English Midlands) and northern England. thumb Watford Junction, northern terminus of London Overground (File:Watford Junction stn Overground signage.JPG) Rail Central Watford is served by 3 railway stations and a Tube station. One of the principal National Rail north-south rail routes, the West Coast Main Line, passes through Watford. Trains on this line run from


Ipswich

the two parties, and Hugh again eluded retaliation. He never remained long in one place. For his wife's health he removed to Ipswich. After her death he married again, and farmed for some time at West Dereham. He then became a singing man in Norwich Cathedral, where he found a good patron in the dean, John Salisbury (John Salisbury (bishop)). Colchester is also located on the Great Eastern Main Line-run by National Express east Anglia-with intercity services serving


Peterborough

Eastern Main Line -run by National Express east Anglia-with intercity services serving Chelmsford, Ipswich, Norwich, Stratford (Stratford, London) and London. Other destinations include Peterborough, Cambridge and other more local destinations. These are all from the town's main railway station (Colchester railway station). Trains also go to Clacton on Sea, Frinton on Sea, Wivenhoe and Walton-on-the-Naze all week from the main station and Monday


Tallinn

monumental eulogy to mass culture and marvel at the fact that beneath its crumbling exterior lies a 5,000 seat amphitheatre (that held a concert as recently as 2008) and a 3,000-seat ice rink. Currently closed to the public as negotiations regarding its redevelopment continue - maybe a last chance to see part of Tallinn's overlooked architectural heritage in its current form. Linda line run their catamaran service to Helsinki from offices adjacent to underneath the helipad. *


Hamilton, Ontario

Toronto (established in 1890). A small number of Victorian buildings were built on the newly laid out streets assuring that this time they would not simply disappear. Mimico and the other lakeshore communities west of the Humber River were eventually linked by an independent radial railway line run by the Toronto and Mimico Electric Railway and Light Company, ''The Mimico Story'', p.54. which originated in the Sunnyside area. This line was originally intended to link


Auckland

on these lines run every 10 minutes on-peak, 20 minutes off-peak and 30 minutes on evenings and weekends. Approximately 85-95% of these services run on time. Trains on the Western Line run every 15 minutes on-peak, and every 30 minutes off-peak and on weekends. The Onehunga Line runs every 30 minutes all day every day. By car The road network experiences severe congestion at rush hour. Geography constrains the network to a limited number of routes. Auckland has a comprehensive road network for a city


Toronto

, Ontario start Main Street Station (Main Street (TTC)) (East) The '''506 Carlton''' is a streetcar (tram) (tram) line run by the Toronto Transit Commission in Toronto, Canada. A part of the Toronto streetcar system, it runs from Main Street Station (Main Street (TTC)) to High Park. It runs from the eastern terminus of Main Street Station south to Gerrard Street East. It then turns west onto Gerrard St. E. and runs to Parliament Street (Parliament Street (Toronto)) where it turns north to Carlton Street. The streetcar goes west on Carlton, which turns into College Street (College Street (Toronto)) at Yonge Street. There, it passes College subway station (College (TTC)). Continuing west, it passes Queen's Park subway station (Queen's Park (TTC)) as it makes its way to the end of College Street at Dundas Street (Dundas Street, Toronto) West. It then runs west on Dundas Street West to Howard Park Avenue, which it follows into its western terminus in High Park. Special Studies Beginning in 1996, one week out of every year in March, students are able to "engage in a non-traditional learning activity". Examples of special studies activities include trips to Puerto Rico, Italy, Toronto, and working with Habitat for Humanity. Activities located on campus include Independent Women, The Art of Movies, and Photoshop. Each student is required to either attend a special studies activity or come up with their own. Daniel Kim '''Daniel Kim''' (born 1983 , in Toronto) is the artist and writer behind the ''Clone Manga'' collection of webcomics, which include ''April & May & June'', ''Kanami'', ''Nana's Everyday Life'', ''Paper Eleven'', ''Penny Tribute'', ''H.H.'' and ''Tomoyo42's Room''. Much of the content of these comics is geared towards a mature audience and, as the website's name suggests, are influenced by and sometimes directly refer to (even featuring characters from) manga and anime. A few examples of these include ''Elfen Lied'', ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' and ''Gunslinger Girl''. Heilbronn and his wife moved to North America in 1964. He stayed at the California Institute of Technology for a while, then moved on to Toronto, where he was Professor of Mathematics at the University of Toronto from 1964 to 1975. He became a Canadian citizen in 1970. - Ad Astra (Ad Astra (convention)) Toronto, Ontario Canada General '''26th Genie Awards''' were held on March 13, 2006 to honour films released in 2005 . The ceremony was held at the Carlu (The Carlu (Toronto)) theatre in Toronto. The ceremony was hosted by Lisa Ray and Terry David Mulligan. Haydu and Pete Griffin formed the comedy duo Pete & Geets, hosting a morning-drive radio show on CHUM-FM in Toronto in the early 1970s that was later revived between 1982-1987 on CFNY-FM. He was also CFNY's chief engineer from 1987 to 2001. thumb 250px Max's Restaurant at SM City Pampanga (Image:Maxsrestaurant.jpg) in Mexico, Pampanga. Max's Restaurant currently has over 120 branches in the Philippines. The chain also has branches in the U.S. states of California, Hawaii, and New Jersey, and its first Canadian branch in Toronto, ON. The Vancouver, BC branch is slated to open in late 2011. More branches will open soon in Sydney, Australia, and Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Queens, New York. Australian football is currently played in four Canadian provinces (Provinces and territories of Canada) - Ontario, Alberta, Quebec and British Columbia. The Ontario league, centred around Toronto but also including sides from cities as far afield as Guelph (Guelph, Canada), Hamilton (Hamilton, Canada) and Ottawa, is considered the largest outside of Australia. In western Canada, there are clubs in Edmonton, Calgary and a six-team league in the Vancouver area. - High Park Demons Toronto Ontario 1989 Official Site - - Toronto Downtown Dingos Toronto Ontario 1996 Official Site - - Toronto Eagles Toronto Ontario 1989 Official Site - - Toronto Rebels Toronto Ontario 1990 Official Site - - Central Blues Toronto Ontario 2006 Official Site - death_date Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


Hamburg

) Bremen - A 1 (Bundesautobahn 1) - Hamburg -A 1 (Bundesautobahn 1) - Autobahnkreuz Lübeck - Bundesautobahn 20 A 20 (Bundesautobahn 20) - Autobahndreieck Vorpommern B 96 (Bundesstraße 96)- Stralsund - Sassnitz - ferry line run by Scandlines via the Baltic Sea to Sweden He then retired to Hamburg, and two years later his library was sold. He had succeeded in 1797 to the baronetcy, but not to the estates, of a distant


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