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Governor's Bridge

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Governor's Bridge is a bridge and small neighbourhood in Toronto, Canada, located to the east of Rosedale and Moore Park, and like them is one of the most expensive in Toronto. Unlike them it was part of the former city of East York. It is located between the railway tracks and the Don Valley ravine, and is further divided into two sections by a smaller set of railway tracks. The neighbourhood is named for the Governor's Bridge that crosses the Moore Park Ravine and connects the area to Rosedale.

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