Taken 99 years ago almost to the day (May 8, 1915), this photograph of Forest Hill is attributed to Stuart Logan Thompson (1885-1961). It looks north from the intersection of Bathurst Street and Lonsmount Drive, just north of St. Clair. The wooden bridge and the wooden sidewalks along the dirt road have long been replaced, and the area now has a distinctly residential flavour.

Taken 99 years ago almost to the day (May this photograph of Forest Hill is attributed to Stuart Logan Thompson It looks north from the intersection of Bathurst Street and Lonsmount Drive, just north of St. The wooden bridge

What malls used to look like in Toronto -- Yonge Arcade (Yonge/Adelaide through to Victoria). I remember being there with my Dad in the late 1960's. Photo is from the 1920's.

What malls used to look like in Toronto -- Yonge Arcade (Yonge/Adelaide through to Victoria). I remember being there with my Dad in the late Photo is from the

Carlton Street approaching College (before realignment).

Toronto Carlton westbound when it ended at Yonge Street at Eatons (College Park) before Carlton curved to meet with College Street and the construction of the Hydro Building.

N/E corner of Yonge-Dundas.   1950

N/E corner of Yonge-Dundas. 1950 with "The Brown Derby on The Corner"

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