A to Z Challenge: Y is for Young Street (#AtoZChallenge)

Welcome to my April 2017 Great and Powerful 2017 Blogging from A to Z Challenge!  And this is the second-last day of the challenge.  I can’t believe I’ve almost made it for the 4th year in a row!!

Today, Y is for Young Street!

Here is a Google map showing where Young Street is located in James Bay.

What I could find out about Young Street:

Young Street is a, wait for it, one-block street running from Toronto (see T) and Michigan.  On one side of Young are tall apartment/condo buildings, and on the other side are the backs and garages of houses that front onto Government Street.

I don’t know anything else about Young Street, as there are no houses actually ON Young, so therefore no heritage houses.  Just another back alley with a name.

Here are some pictures I took of Young Street.

Young Street at Toronto

Looking down towards Michigan

Guess “No Parking” means something different on Young Street…

Looking back towards Toronto (it’s the sunny side…)

What else do you want to know about Young Street?  Ask away, and I will see what I can find out for you!

Thanks for visiting letter Y of my A to Z Challenge post of 2017.  You can find more I posts at http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-4-29-2017-letter-y.html.  Stay tuned for Z is for... I guess tomorrow, even thought it’s Sunday, ’cause it’s the last letter of the challenge, and tomorrow is the last day of April!!

Posted on April 29, 2017, in A to Z Challenge and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Hard to believe how fast the month has gone by. It’s been fun, and I’ve enjoyed reading your A/Z posts. 🙂

  2. I wonder how many streets I could find in Ogden to fit this challenge. Your theme was a fun one!

    Calen~
    Impromptu Promptlings
    A to Z Challenge Letter Y

    • I’ve been wanted to do Welcome to James Bay posts for awhile, so this just worked out perfectly to get me started. I am now planning for it to be a regular past of my blogging, as I still have many streets left, and lots of cools places to talk about!! Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

  3. You guys sure do have some long streets! 😀

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