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Toronto rail location
« on: July 13, 2022, 06:45:01 AM »
Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2022, 07:04:27 AM »
Yeah it's at Rogers Centre which I believe is where the Blue Jays play (I'm not from Toronto so I'm not 100%, but have visited dozens of times).

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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2022, 07:56:08 AM »
Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2022, 09:26:01 AM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.

Found it with your help, thanks guys
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2022, 09:43:43 AM »
What tricks did you get down that behemoth

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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #5 on: July 13, 2022, 10:18:54 AM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
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Found it with your help, thanks guys
Glad you found it. A ton of the Toronto spots he skated in that part are literally all within like a 10 minute radius.
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2022, 10:57:21 AM »
What tricks did you get down that behemoth

I wish, didnt realize the run up was downhill extra impressed now
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #7 on: July 13, 2022, 11:12:22 AM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
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Found it with your help, thanks guys
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Glad you found it. A ton of the Toronto spots he skated in that part are literally all within like a 10 minute radius.

I assume the black ledge with the gap over the rail is nearby too? Anyone know where exactly?
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #8 on: July 13, 2022, 11:35:46 AM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
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Found it with your help, thanks guys
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Glad you found it. A ton of the Toronto spots he skated in that part are literally all within like a 10 minute radius.
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I assume the black ledge with the gap over the rail is nearby too? Anyone know where exactly?
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #9 on: July 13, 2022, 12:15:15 PM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
[close]

Found it with your help, thanks guys
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Glad you found it. A ton of the Toronto spots he skated in that part are literally all within like a 10 minute radius.
[close]

I assume the black ledge with the gap over the rail is nearby too? Anyone know where exactly?
[close]
Roy Thompson Hall.

Thank you, video doesn't do it justice
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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2022, 12:17:52 PM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
[close]

Found it with your help, thanks guys
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Glad you found it. A ton of the Toronto spots he skated in that part are literally all within like a 10 minute radius.
[close]

I assume the black ledge with the gap over the rail is nearby too? Anyone know where exactly?
[close]
Roy Thompson Hall.
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Thank you, video doesn't do it justice

Absolutely not. The first time I went in person I was blown away at how tall that thing is

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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2022, 12:25:48 PM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
[close]

Found it with your help, thanks guys
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Glad you found it. A ton of the Toronto spots he skated in that part are literally all within like a 10 minute radius.
[close]

I assume the black ledge with the gap over the rail is nearby too? Anyone know where exactly?
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Roy Thompson Hall.
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Thank you, video doesn't do it justice
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Absolutely not. The first time I went in person I was blown away at how tall that thing is

Not to mention anytime someone grinds/slides the black ledges there. Those things are so round locking in should be impossible

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Re: Toronto rail location
« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2022, 12:40:30 PM »
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Hi Pals, in Toronto for a day Just wondering where the rail TJ Rogers skated in his new TJIF part where his headphones fell of is. I thought the Jays stadium or union station but haven't seen it yet, maybe I missed it
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It's on the path to the Rogers Center as you approach off Front Street, near the restaurant The Pint. Very close to CBC. It should be the first set of stairs to go across the bridge that goes over the rail way tracks if you are walking south.
[close]

Found it with your help, thanks guys
[close]
Glad you found it. A ton of the Toronto spots he skated in that part are literally all within like a 10 minute radius.
[close]

I assume the black ledge with the gap over the rail is nearby too? Anyone know where exactly?
[close]
Roy Thompson Hall.
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Thank you, video doesn't do it justice
If you haven't been before, it is pretty crazy how close all those spots are. And Commerce Court/TD is also really close. I feel like most of Bobby's intro to Quasi part was filmed in like 2km radius.

The only Toronto spot that is a bit out of the way you see a ton in videos is Bickford. Still easy as hell to get to and maybe 15 minutes by Subway. If you don't know that one. It's the ledge guys gap over some long stair. Dylan Reider Kickflip to regs in in Dylan, and Wade nollie flipped bs nose'd and nollie bs nose'd nollie flip out of in the recent Primative video.
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