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This image is looking west along Queen street with Niagara Street going off to the left (south). The streetcar came to a stop at the lights just before Niagara (on the far side of the T junction as we look) travelling east (towards us). Hammond was murdered on the right hand side of the street (north side), just about opposite Niagara, maybe a few yards further west down Queen street.
This image is looking east, back in the direction where the confrontation started. It shows a Toronto streetcar’s ‘closed side’ (this is what the drivers call it) the side with no doors, as it travels west. A streetcar like this one was parked at Niagara and Queen, heading east, and its driver witnessed (via his wing mirror) a fight on his open side, probably between Dranichak and Fresh and at the same time a fight over on his closed side, on the sidewalk and in the roadway, between Hammond and his attackers.
Finally, this one, which shows just about where the streetcar pulled up. We are looking out of Niagara into Queen street, so west is to the left and front of the streetcar, which was pulled up at the lights, would be visible in the left foreground if we travelled back in time to the NIQ. Across the street, with its store front obscured by lampposts, is One Stop Pasta. The west facing CCTV camera at this store picked up Hammond running int and then out of shot, probably trying to evade his pursuers and then later caught some of the aftermath once had had left the scene. The east facing CCTV footage was lost by the cops. There is a very good chance indeed it could have shown what actually happened.