The Junction Triangle is a tiny neighbourhood located in West Toronto. It is squeezed in between the Junction, Roncevalles and Bloordale Village. The “triangle” shape of the neighbourhood is formed by the three sets of railroad tracks on the north, west, and east sides.
The Wallace Avenue pedestrian bridge was built around 1907 and it connects the neighbourhood to Dundas Street West. You can check out this photo taken in 1916 from the City of Toronto Archives.