The last rush hour GO trip from Richmond Hill passes under the CP Don Branch on its way into Toronto with a crush of passengers. This bridge, built in 1928, was intended for both passenger and freight train usage into downtown Toronto on the Belleville Subdivision. The last train to roll across this bridge was the CP Holiday train in 2007. Since then, it has provided a stunning view for hikers. One day, this bridge may be used by the very Richmond Hill GO trains that currently pass below, intending for a shorter route. However, that day is definitely far off. To the right of the GO train is Todmorden Mills, and steaming commuters crawling along on the Don Valley Parkway who have opted not to use the GO train. While this is a very nice spot indeed, its quite hazardous, and I personally do not recommend coming here as the track has become overgrown with sharp and poisonous weeds, the legality of coming up here is uncertain, and for obvious reasons shown in the picture.