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 George Street is one of the shortest roads we've devoted a historical post to, stretching just a few kilometres between College and Dupont. Evening Sandals, Busses, Historical Photos, Niagara Falls, Montreal, Boys, Girls, Toronto, The Past

What St. George Street used to look like in Toronto

St. George Street is one of the shortest roads we've devoted a historical post to, stretching just a few kilometres between College and Dupont. And...

What St. George Street used to look like in Toronto Canada, University Of Toronto, Historical Architecture, Landscape Photos, Victorian Homes, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Ontario, Past

What St. George Street used to look like in Toronto

St. George Street is one of the shortest roads we've devoted a historical post to, stretching just a few kilometres between College and Dupont. And...

What St. George Street used to look like in Toronto Toronto City, Historic Architecture, Canadian History, Evening Sandals, Largest Countries, American Country, Pacific Ocean, Landscape Photos, Historical Photos

What St. George Street used to look like in Toronto

St. George Street is one of the shortest roads we've devoted a historical post to, stretching just a few kilometres between College and Dupont. And...

What St. George Street used to look like in Toronto University Of Toronto, Past Life, Historical Photos, Genealogy, Ontario, Nostalgia, That Look, England, Canada

What St. George Street used to look like in Toronto

St. George Street is one of the shortest roads we've devoted a historical post to, stretching just a few kilometres between College and Dupont. And...

What Kensington Market was like in the 1970s Toronto City, Downtown Toronto, Toronto Canada, Eggs For Sale, West Indian, Landscape Photos, Historical Photos, Niagara Falls, Ontario

What Kensington Market was like in the 1970s

Kensington Market remains hallowed ground in Toronto, a place where the diversity the city's current identity is based on has its home. Yet, it's f...

What Kensington Market was like in the 1970s Toronto, Then And Now Pictures, Eggs For Sale, Rhyme And Reason, 1970s, Marketing, City, Ontario, Historical Photos

What Kensington Market was like in the 1970s

Kensington Market remains hallowed ground in Toronto, a place where the diversity the city's current identity is based on has its home. Yet, it's f...

Over the past few years, the Danforth Music Hall has established itself as one of the top venues in Toronto of its size. Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Then And Now Pictures, Cool Pictures, Canadian History, Landscape Photos, Time Travel, City Photo, Past

The history of the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto

The Danforth Music Hall has established itself as one of the top venues in Toronto of its size. While it's had its ups and downs over the decades, ...

What Lawrence Avenue used to look like in Toronto Toronto Ontario Canada, Old Gas Stations, College Campus, Aerial View, Old Pictures, Historical Photos, Past, The Neighbourhood, Street View

What Lawrence Avenue used to look like in Toronto

At the turn of the 20th century, the territory covered by current day Lawrence Avenue was almost entirely farmland. Named after Jacob Lawrence, a p...

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What Lawrence Avenue used to look like in Toronto

At the turn of the 20th century, the territory covered by current day Lawrence Avenue was almost entirely farmland. Named after Jacob Lawrence, a p...

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What Lawrence Avenue used to look like in Toronto

At the turn of the 20th century, the territory covered by current day Lawrence Avenue was almost entirely farmland. Named after Jacob Lawrence, a p...

Earlier this week Toronto city council voted to talk about one day allowing jet flights out of the island airport. If the city eventually gives the. Toronto Island, Toronto City, Unusual Things, City Council, Things To Know, Historical Photos, Ontario, Portland, Closer

That time Toronto pondered an airport in the Port Lands

Earlier this week Toronto city council voted to talk about one day allowing jet flights out of the island airport. If the city eventually gives the...

The rise and fall of the Gooderham and Worts windmill Guernica, Physical Geography, Environmental Science, Landscape Photos, Windmill, Historical Photos, 19th Century, Toronto, Past

The rise and fall of the Gooderham and Worts windmill

We are spoiled for choice when it comes to landmarks in Toronto. The biggest and most famous of them all, the CN Tower, edges in to view like a gia...

We are spoiled for choice when it comes to landmarks in Toronto. The biggest and most famous of them all, the CN Tower, edges in to view like a gia. Historical Photos, Cn Tower, 19th Century, Toronto, Folk, The Past, Things To Come, Canada, History

The rise and fall of the Gooderham and Worts windmill

We are spoiled for choice when it comes to landmarks in Toronto. The biggest and most famous of them all, the CN Tower, edges in to view like a gia...

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What Kingston Road used to look like in Toronto

Kingston Road doesn't pose much of a challenge from an etymology standpoint. Once the easterly route from Toronto to Kingston, the road dates back ...

Incredible pictures show horse diving act off 60 foot platforms into 12 feet of water Horse Diving, Atlantic City, Toronto Canada, Photo Archive, Vintage Photography, Historical Photos, Picture Show, Cool Photos, Old Things

Why is this the most popular archival photo in Toronto?

The most popular photograph in the City of Toronto Archives is a strange one. In it, a white horse is plunging head first into the still water off ...

What Avenue Road used to look like in Toronto Old Gates, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Downtown Toronto, New York Street, Street Signs, That Look, Street View, City

What Avenue Road used to look like in Toronto

Avenue Road, Toronto's most redundantly named street, spans about nine kilometres from Bloor St. to just north of Highway 401. An extension of Univ...