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Timberbank Park

400m gravel/dirt track in Toronto
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About 200m above sea level600ft above sea level
23, Lord Sydenham Court, LAmoreaux, Scarborough, Ontario, M1W 2R5, Canada
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Tracks close by

LAmoreaux Collegiate Institute | 400m track | Sir John A Macdonald Collegiate Institute | Holy Spirit Catholic Elementary School | 400m cinder track | Agincourt Recreation Centre | Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute

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