Union Station at 10am on a Sunday.

Other cities lost their grand train stations, but Toronto just added onto it. Union Station is a lovely building and the square out front is usually packed with people and vendors.

Canadian National Exhibition Poster, Toronto, 1960s - used to be my favorite part of the summer

Canadian National Exhibition Poster, - A part of every Toronto school child's summer since we each got a free ticket with our June report card!

Built: 1929 Demolished: 1972 What exists there now: First Canadian Place Why it's missed: Designed by Chapman and Oxley, it was one of Toronto's finest examples of Art Deco architecture.

Art Deco buildings - here's the original Toronto Daily Star offices on King St, built in 1929 and demolished in 1972 for First Canadian Place. It was the inspiration for the Daily Planet in the Superman comics

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

Vintage Toronto - TTC subway map 1966 upon the opening of the Bloor-Danforth line

Toronto Island ferry.

Connecting Toronto, with Toronto Island. Which hosts a park and a diner and further views of the magnificent Lake Ontario.

A&A Records and Sam the Record Man - Lost Treasures of Toronto

A&A Records and Sam the Record Man - Lost Treasures of Toronto

'His Majesty’s Airship R-100', over the Canadian Bank of Commerce Building, Toronto on the morning of August 11, 1930.

Historicist: "The Pride of the British Empire"

An airship flying past the Canadian Bank of Commerce Building, Toronto, 1930