Afterwards World War II, as the area became more middle class, it moved north along Bathurst Street, with wealthier members of the community moving en route for Forest Hill. Route description[ edit ] Bathurst Street begins in the south at the intersection with Queens Dock. The street has lay-bys for TTC buses and turning lanes at intersections, expanding its width. Numerous Russian delicatessens, restaurants, and book and clothing stores have earned the neighborhood the illegal moniker Little Moscow. Clair Avenue before Bathurst and Eglinton Avenue.
Erstwhile landmarks along Bathurst include: The association was relocated here in After the breakup of the Soviet Unionmany Russian immigrants to Canada settled there. Course description[ edit ] Bathurst Street begins in the south at the connection with Queens Quay. The northern area of Bathurst, north of Sheppard Boulevard West, has become one of the centres of Toronto's Russian community. History[ edit ] Located across from Bathurst subway station, St. Clair Avenue before Bathurst and Eglinton Avenue.
North of Bloor, Bathurst Street was a muddy trail. Clair just east of Bathurst. The street has lay-bys designed for TTC buses and turning lanes by intersections, expanding its width. North of the tracks, the area is a mix of small commercial and built-up buildings on the western fringe of downtown. Route description[ edit ] Bathurst Street begins in the south by the intersection with Queens Quay. The southernmost part of Bathurst, south of the Gardiner Expressway , was a great deal industrialized until the s.