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Those houses seem pretty close to a high powered rail line. Are there no sound barriers being put up?
 

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There will be sound attenuation walls, yes (unfortunately, they're solid, not transparent). They're already installed on the approach north of the North Toronto Sub.
 

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Some photos from yesterday evening:

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Paton Rd. Underpass, west side.

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Paton Rd. Underpass, west side.

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Paton Rd. underpass, seen from Erwin Krickhahn Park.

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Paton Rd. Underpass, as seen from Rankin. Cres. Laneway.

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Laneway between Rankin and the tracks, looking north to Wallace. Note that the laneway is elevated on a berm, and the old sound walls are now lower than the new guideway.

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Looking north at Wallace, from the Rankin laneway.

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North of Wallace.

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South end of Campbell Park.

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.....next piece going in....next to Campbell Park.
Will they need guide rails like they do on bridge sections?
 

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