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Edgecliff Beach is a name which appears on 1974 edition of the West Toronto map. The publisher is Canada's Department of Energy, Mines, and Resources (map030m11). It appears to be an error. A 1935 map places Edgecliff Beach a little east of moden Palace Pier Court. It was associated with a fenced beach resort operated by Emil Brooker (for whom Brooker's Lane is named) which was originally a bit east at the Humber River.
Concler was just north of modern Brooker's Lane. Palace Pier Court at the top
37 Sandy Beach Motel rear showing beach and houses. The four houses behind the green-roofed shed are: 2113 2111 2109 and 2107. 2107 is behind the semi-detached at 2103/2105.
17: Sandy Beach Motel & adjacent houses
10: houses with Seahorse1, Swansea & Palace Pier condos behind. White trailer on right is just in front of Seahorse tennis court.
exPProof: sandy Beach viewed from atop Palace Pier. Lawn behind North American/Hillcrest can be seen at top of the photo. Fence at bottom of photo encloses Seahorse tennis court.
39: looking SW from beach towards Concler