Queen Street E. is a major artery in Toronto, Canada which travels east at Yonge Street. It serves as a commercial/retail/residential street, and it is also a convenient way to cross the Don Valley into the east end of the city.

Landmarks on Queen Street E. Include:
Queen/Victoria St.: The largest grid of streetcar tracks in the city.
Queen/Church: Slums
Queen/River St.:Bridge over lower Don River.
Queen/Broadview Ave.: Jilly's
Queen/Carlaw: Kitchy furniture and antiques.
Queen/past Greenwood: Connaught carhouse.
Queen/Coxwell: New condos!
Queen/Woodbine: The beginning of "The Beaches"
Queen/Lee : Kew Gardens
Queen/Beech : The Goof
Queen/Neville Park: The Water Works/end of streetcar line.
Queen/Victoria Park: Queen Street E. ends, Old Scarborough City Limits begin.

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