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Earliest photos
Spadina House Museum
High Park
Train Stations
SunnysideBeach
Battle of Montgomery's Tavern
Harris Treatment Water Plant
Younge Street
Fort York
Bata Shoe Museum
St. Lawrence Market
Vintage Aerial Views
Loblaw Groceries and Dominion Stores
Dominion Meteorological Building
Ontario Place
Kresge's
Early years
University of Toronto
Union Station
Waterfront
Younge Arcade
Subway and Street Cars
S.S. Noronic Fire
Yorkville
Police
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Earliest photos

From top of Rossin House Hotel looking northwest   1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Rossin House Hotel, southeast corner of King and York St.  1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Trinity College, Queen St. West - north side 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Parliament Buildings, Front Street 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Osgoode Hall, 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Normal School Building, Gould Street north side, east of Yonge St. 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

20130225slide5 Second United Presbyterian Church under construction, 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

20130225slide4 The Exchange, Wellington Street, North Side, East of Yonge St. 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

20130225slide3 Bank of British North America, northeast corner of Wellington and Young Streets 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

20130225slide1 King Street East south side looking west, 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Spadina House Museum

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Spadina House Third Floor-servantès bedroom

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Toronto, 1920s, Christmas, the Austins, Spadina Museum: Historic House and Gardens, Palm Room, Christmas tree 2010 The Christmas tree is located in the Palm Room, a later addition to the house, which resembles a type of a sun room. The tree is tall and the angel topper reaches up to the ceiling. Some of the decorations, but not all, date back to the 1920s.  There are several gifts placed under the tree. The biggest and the most splendid one is the train set, a very popular present at that…

Nostalgia Tripping: Christmas at the Spadina Museum

Sadly, I missed the official Grand Re-opening of the Spadina Museum back in October, which followed a restoration that transformed the interior of ...

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spadina house museum toronto

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spadina house museum toronto

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spadina house museum toronto

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spadina house museum toronto

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spadina house museum toronto

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spadina house museum toronto

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High Park

Toronto Adventures' City Moonlight Intro to Snowshoeing in High Park, Toronto.

Toronto Adventures' Intro to Snowshoeing in High Park

Blogger Diana Condolo tries City Moonlight Intro to Snowshoeing at High Park offered by Toronto Adventures on February 6, 2014.

High Park, Toronto, Canada

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High Park, Toronto, Canada

Grenadier Pond in High Park (Toronto Fun Places Blog)

Toronto Fun Places

Author of popular Toronto guide Toronto Fun Places offers this blog filled with family outing suggestions, updates and fun bits for families and kids.

High Park cherry blossoms, Toronto

Cherry Blossoms In High Park • GAIL AT LARGE

I took a little time-out this morning -- from my scheduling squeeze that is most of April -- to see how the cherry blossoms in High Park were doing. There's

Dog walking path

Dog Walking Path at High Park, Toronto, ON, Canada

Dog Walking Path at High Park, Toronto, ON, Canada tel: 416 630-3679 public-sector-lists.com images ®

Jamie Bell Adventure Park in High Park is located by the Duck Pond, close to the High Park Blvd. Enter from Parkside Ave.

The Jamie Bell Adventure Park in High Park - Toronto4Kids - August 2015

Jamie Bell Adventure Park in High Park is located by the Duck Pond, close to the High Park Blvd. Enter from Parkside Ave.

High Park (Toronto, Canada): Address, Phone Number, Free Attraction Reviews - TripAdvisor

High Park (Toronto) - 2020 All You Need to Know Before You Go (with Photos) - Toronto, Canada | Tripadvisor

Ranked #8 of 1,255 attractions in Toronto. Been here too? Add it to your map!

HIGH PARK, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA VINTAGE POSTCARD  | eBay

HIGH PARK, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA VINTAGE POSTCARD | eBay

HIGH PARK, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA VINTAGE POSTCARD | eBay

Map of Toronto High Park

Map of Toronto High Park -

Map of Toronto High Park PDF File Download a printable Image file official website information Hours and admission Directions

High Park-Toronto,Canada 1908

High Park-Toronto,Canada 1908

High Park-Toronto,Canada 1908

Toronto High Park map

Toronto High Park map

Toronto High Park map

Toronto - High Park

Toronto - High Park

High Park Toronto - Waterfall 2 | Steve Harris | Flickr

High Park Toronto - Waterfall 2

Explore stevenharris' photos on Flickr. stevenharris has uploaded 361 photos to Flickr.

toronto high parkThe park's roads were popular with recreational motorists in the early 20th century.

What High Park used to look like in Toronto

Just shy of 400 acres, High Park is among Toronto's largest downtown green spaces. The gently undulating landscape is home to a river, a lake, a zo...

Train Stations

Moore Park Station (Toronto Belt Line Railway), Moore Ave., s. side, w. of tracks. : Digital Archive : Toronto Public Library

Moore Park Station (Toronto Belt Line Railway), Moore Ave., s. side, w. of tracks.

Negative envelope (stored separately) inscribed in pencil with date, subject, exposure, etc.

The lost train stations of Toronto West Toronto station 1910

The lost train stations of Toronto

The lost train stations of Toronto West Toronto station 1910

The lost train stations of Toronto Weston Station 1940s (near Lawrence and Weston Roads)

The lost train stations of Toronto

The lost train stations of Toronto Weston Station 1940s (near Lawrence and Weston Roads)

SunnysideBeach

1920s Sunnyside Pavilion in Toronto. 1920s Postcard. Learn more about Sunnyside at the Vintage Blog -The Vintage Inn.ca #1920s #Beach #Toronto #Torontohistory #vintagepostcard #postcard #sunnyside

Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion - A Grand Piece of Toronto History

1920s Sunnyside Pavilion in Toronto. 1920s Postcard. Learn more about Sunnyside at the Vintage Blog -The Vintage Inn.ca #1920s #Beach #Toronto #Torontohistory #vintagepostcard #postcard #sunnyside

Battle of Montgomery's Tavern

The Battle of Montgomery’s Tavern

Shooting of Col. Robert Moodie, Montgomery’s Tavern, Toronto by Charles William Jefferys. (December 4, 1837). Continuing our look at ridiculous events in Canadian history, this week: The Batt…

Harris Treatment Water Plant

R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant - Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This is an architecturally acclaimed historic building that is also an important part of the infrastructure. It has the appearance of a castle

The R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant

R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant - Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This is an architecturally acclaimed historic building that is also an important part of the infrastructure. It has the appearance of a castle

Younge Street

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Yonge Street looking north, Toronto, ON, about 1890

VIEW-2308 Yonge Street looking north, Toronto, ON, about 1890 Wm. Notman & Son About 1890, 19th century Notman photographic Archives - McCord Museum VIEW-2308 Vue de la rue Yonge en direction nord, Toronto, Ont., vers 1890 Wm. Notman & Son Vers 1890, 19e siècle Archives photographiques Notman - Musée McCord To see the image file on the McCord Museum website, click on the following link: www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/en/collection/artifacts/VIEW-2308 Pour voir la fiche descriptive de cette…

Yonge Street, the worlds longest street which is located in Toronto- Canada

Yonge Street

This is the best part of the final approach on my way to Pearson. Note that you can see New York State from this altitude, right at the edge of Lake Ontario. (See large) And the rainbow, that was the circ polarizer going at it with the cabin windows.

Fort York

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Bata Shoe Museum

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St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market is one of the best in the world. | 40 Reasons To Move To Toronto

St. Lawrence Market is one of the best in the world.

St. Lawrence Market is one of the best in the world. | 40 Reasons To Move To Toronto

Vintage Aerial Views

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Loblaw Groceries and Dominion Stores

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Dominion Meteorological Building

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Ontario Place

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Kresge's

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Early years

Northeast corner Dufferin and St. Clair, 1920

What Dufferin Street used to look like in Toronto

Dufferin Street might not conjure much positive nostalgia for riders of the 29 bus as it slowly plods its way to and fro on the pot hole-strewn roa...

Dufferin Race Track 1910

What Dufferin Street used to look like in Toronto

Dufferin Street might not conjure much positive nostalgia for riders of the 29 bus as it slowly plods its way to and fro on the pot hole-strewn roa...

Southwest corner of St. Clair and Dufferin, 1911

What Dufferin Street used to look like in Toronto

Dufferin Street might not conjure much positive nostalgia for riders of the 29 bus as it slowly plods its way to and fro on the pot hole-strewn roa...

Have a look at Toronto in the 'Good Old Times'    An old model of PCC streetcar on Queen Street East (1954)  Click individual photos to enlarge and enter the Lightbox Gallery.  Toronto and its History: How much do you

Top 20 Photos from Toronto's History

Have a look at Toronto in the 'Good Old Times' An old model of PCC streetcar on Queen Street East (1954) Click individual photos to enlarge and enter the Lightbox Gallery. Toronto and its History: How much do you know

University of Toronto

University of Toronto, Hoskin Avenue walk, Ontario A ten-minute walk through this tree-lined slice of U of T’s downtown campus offers treasures like Hart House, an exquisite Beaux-Arts Gothic Revival confection, and Soldiers’ Tower, a monument to students lost in WWI.

The Most Beautiful Places in Canada

Canada’s much-admired diversity isn’t just about people, cultures, and languages. It’s also about the spectacular scenery across the world’s second-largest nation. From coves to cathedrals to cliffs, here are some of our favorite vistas.

Union Station

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Waterfront

1910 – 1914 – Toronto waterfront at foot of York Street

Old photographs of the Toronto waterfront from the archives

From 1856 until today, these images illustrate how the Toronto waterfront has grown and in detail show the many changes that have occurred.

Toronto's Waterfront WaveDeck.

Sexy Simcoe WaveDeck Waves Hello

Fun... sexy... unique. The sleek, curving design of Toronto's new waterfront WaveDeck isn't the only attractive aspect of the latest addition to ou...

Harbourfront Wavedecks

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Harbourfront Wavedecks

Younge Arcade

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Subway and Street Cars

Vintage photo of TTC subway line route map, 1966, when the Bloor-Danforth line opened.  Via Derek Flack's blog post on blogTO.

The history of Toronto as seen through famous and forgotten signs

There are so many ways to track how cities change over time, but one of the most remarkable is surely the signage that we encounter every day. Tor...

S.S. Noronic Fire

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Yorkville

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Police

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POSTCARD – TORONTO – EATON’S COLLEGE STREET – YONGE STREET ENTRANCE HALL – REPRINT OF 1930s PHOTO FOR HISTORICAL SERIES | CHUCKMAN'S PHOTOS ON WORDPRESS: TORONTO NOSTALGIA

POSTCARD – TORONTO – EATON’S COLLEGE STREET – YONGE STREET ENTRANCE HALL – REPRINT OF 1930s PHOTO FOR HISTORICAL SERIES

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T. Eaton Co. bought Canada's first escalator, installing it directly opposite the main Yonge Street entrance of its sprawling store in advance of the Christmas crowds."No waits for the elevator now; a customer simply steps on the 'escalator,' as it is called, and up he goes," wrote the Toronto Daily Star on its December unveiling.The night before the big reveal, around 500 Eaton's staff spent hours riding the two parallel lanes of the escalator to the second floor and back.The narrow woode

The history of the first escalator in Toronto

It's hard for anyone born this side of the 1950s to look upon an escalator with wonder, such is the ubiquity of the electric moving staircase. In T...

The history of the first escalator in Toronto

The history of the first escalator in Toronto

It's hard for anyone born this side of the 1950s to look upon an escalator with wonder, such is the ubiquity of the electric moving staircase. In T...

Moore Park Station (Toronto Belt Line Railway), Moore Ave., s. side, w. of tracks. : Digital Archive : Toronto Public Library

Moore Park Station (Toronto Belt Line Railway), Moore Ave., s. side, w. of tracks.

Negative envelope (stored separately) inscribed in pencil with date, subject, exposure, etc.

The lost train stations of Toronto West Toronto station 1910

The lost train stations of Toronto

The lost train stations of Toronto West Toronto station 1910

The lost train stations of Toronto Weston Station 1940s (near Lawrence and Weston Roads)

The lost train stations of Toronto

The lost train stations of Toronto Weston Station 1940s (near Lawrence and Weston Roads)

rdiner Expressway looking East from the CNE into the

Gardiner Expressway: 'Big Daddy's' gift to Toronto

The Gardiner Expressway has always been controversial, just like the man it was named after

Northeast corner Dufferin and St. Clair, 1920

What Dufferin Street used to look like in Toronto

Dufferin Street might not conjure much positive nostalgia for riders of the 29 bus as it slowly plods its way to and fro on the pot hole-strewn roa...

Dufferin Race Track 1910

What Dufferin Street used to look like in Toronto

Dufferin Street might not conjure much positive nostalgia for riders of the 29 bus as it slowly plods its way to and fro on the pot hole-strewn roa...

Southwest corner of St. Clair and Dufferin, 1911

What Dufferin Street used to look like in Toronto

Dufferin Street might not conjure much positive nostalgia for riders of the 29 bus as it slowly plods its way to and fro on the pot hole-strewn roa...

Have a look at Toronto in the 'Good Old Times'    An old model of PCC streetcar on Queen Street East (1954)  Click individual photos to enlarge and enter the Lightbox Gallery.  Toronto and its History: How much do you

Top 20 Photos from Toronto's History

Have a look at Toronto in the 'Good Old Times' An old model of PCC streetcar on Queen Street East (1954) Click individual photos to enlarge and enter the Lightbox Gallery. Toronto and its History: How much do you know

From top of Rossin House Hotel looking northwest   1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Rossin House Hotel, southeast corner of King and York St.  1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Trinity College, Queen St. West - north side 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Parliament Buildings, Front Street 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.

Osgoode Hall, 1856

The Oldest Known Photos of Toronto

Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.