Speeding towards Pearson International Airport, you may catch a glimpse of Richview Memorial Cemetery. It’s on the left, as you approach the bustling 427/401 interchange. Richview, dating back to 1853, is the final resting place for some of TORONTO’s rural pioneers <PHOTO ABOVE – blogTO>.
Never in the dark, accessible only by car, no trees or windbreaks, the music of jets taking off and landing, and transport trucks – that’s Richview. PHOTOS ABOVE – Alan L. Brown, Christopher Drost (Torontoist) and Colin McConnell (Toronto Star)
<Richview Memorial Cemetery is in the lower right hand corner>