|Station:||Rosedale, a.k.a. Don Valley|
|Mileage:||3.62Mileage based on signpost at chainage 190+89 per Property Plan No. 507; mileage 3.61 is given in some Toronto Terminals timeables.|
|Sidings:||185 (M2.49 to M4.02)
Siding at Rosedale extends from point 2,140 feet North of Rosedale station to point 5,943 feet South of Rosedale station.
All southward trains havingmeetsat Rosedale, mileage 3.61, which cannot be pulled entirely clear of Winchester St. public crossing at grade, mileage 2.81, must stop at signal no. 30, mileage 2.90, and not proceed until it is known entire train can be pulled over Winchester St. public crossing at grade.
|1929-05-19/1931-09-27||Rosedale appears as train order office (RO)CNR.CR.NOD.20/37|
|1929-07-28/1957-06-23||Wye at Rosedale appears in timetablesCNR.CR.NOD.29/18|
City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 200, Series 372, Subseries 41, Item 113
|North from Prince Edward viaduct overlooking the flooded C.N.Rys. Rosedale yard.|
City of Toronto Archives, File 216, Item 132643
|Looking north towards Rosedale wye, the scene of a derailment50-car freight rips rail line, wrecks 20 autos, The Globe and Mail (Toronto), March 25, 1949, pg. 11, col. 5.|
Toronto Public Library, T 33979, James Victor Salmon photograph
|Looking west from Rosedale wye tail track.|