Vintage Toronto Photos

Collection by Carole Mackey

Carole Mackey
Classic cold play We went sledding on this wooden and metal sled that you could try to steer with a wooden handle bar 🙂 My Childhood Memories, Best Memories, Winter Fun, Winter Time, Carl Grimes, Winter Scenes, Sled, The Good Old Days, Back In The Day

Classic cold play

It takes more than a little snow and ice to keep Chicagoans from fun and games.

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Traffic Above, Traffic Below

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What winter looked like in Toronto 100 years ago

Vintage photos of Toronto in the winter offer a reminder that snow, ice, and cold temperatures have always been a crucial part of the experience of...

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Toronto of the didn't much resemble the city we know today. Not only was the skyline virtually undeveloped -- the tallest structures were the. York University, University Of Toronto, Toronto Pictures, Canadian History, Vintage Classics, High Art, Vintage Circus, Historical Photos, Ontario

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1900s

Toronto in the 1900s didn't much resemble the city we know today. Not only was the skyline virtually undeveloped—the tallest structures were the Te...

Toronto The Royal York Hotel, completed in the late Toronto's tallest structure at that time. Toronto Architecture, Historical Architecture, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Canadian Soldiers, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, York Hotels

A 1920s Toronto photo extravaganza

The 1920s were big years for Toronto. After finally emerging from the ravages of the first world war, in which Canadian soldiers had distinguished ...

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This is what Toronto looked like in the 1910s

Toronto of the 1910s is remarkably well-documented in photographs. Whether it be the soldiers heading off to war at old Union Station, the style of...

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A Valentine Day Getaway

We are lucky this year, because Valentine's Day falls on the same weekend as Family Day in Canada, so you get to stay in bed for an extra day... Wink wink... Instead of staying around here, why not get out of the city and head to the love capital of Canada? Have you seen the…

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Historicist: Worshipping in the Open Air

Every Saturday morning Historicist looks back at the events, places, and characters—good and bad—that have shaped Toronto into the city we know today. High Park Toboggan Runs, ca. 1906-1910. City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1244, Item 438." After a month and a half of acrimonious debate, on February 19, 1912, City