Where in Weston #8 Answer.

The reader ‘R’ came the closest, “The stairs leading down to the Humber by the North West corner of St.Philips”.

Where in Weston #8.

The style is the same – note the bike rail in the top right of the image – but these stairs lead to Lions Park from Hickory Tree Road.

Wide shot of the stairs taken May 9: Where in Weston #8.

 

Where in Weston #8

This harsh looking photo is of a place where metal meets concrete. Can you tell where it is in Weston?

Where in Weston #8.

If you think you know where this is, write your guess in the comments section. The answer will be published tomorrow on Monday (even we think it’s too nice outside to be reading WW).

Where in Weston #7 Answer

This one seemed to pose no difficulty and Tasha quickly identified (right pillar by steps) our beautiful Arts and Crafts library as the location of #7.

Weston Library – Decorative outdoor festooning by Toronto Hydro, Bell Canada and Rogers Cable.

Where in Weston #7

Speaking of James Gove, can you locate where this sample of his handiwork is located?

Where in Weston #7

If you think you know where this is, write your guess in the comments section. The answer will be published tomorrow.

Where in Weston #6 Answer.

Mike quickly solved #6. The clue is in the height of the distinctive James Gove stonework that can be seen in many locations around Weston.

Where in Weston #6.
Little Avenue Memorial Park and the distinctive James Gove border wall. (Click to enlarge)

More about the park here.

Where in Weston #6

Flowers and foliage form the focus of Where in Weston, challenge #6.

Where in Weston #6.

If you think you know where this is, write your guess in the comments section. The answer will be published tomorrow.

Where in Weston #5 Answer

Chris solved the location of #5. It’s at the back of Perfect Blend where it looks as if they have a rooftop patio (who knew?).

Where in Weston #5 Answer.