Exterior shot of The Royal York hotel, 1940s. se la vostra è un’attività familiare e vi passate il testimone dell’albergatore di generazione in generazione, scovate le vostre foto più antiche, scannerizzatele, e caricatele in un’apposita “board” di Pinterest. - See more at: http://www.bookingblog.com/pinterest-visual-storytelling-hotel/#sthash.Mfz3OafW.dpuf

Toronto, Exterior shot of The Royal York Hotel,

A paperboy on King St. W in Toronto, circa 1965. City of Toronto Archives photo.

A paperboy on King St. W in Toronto, circa This is not him but, my brother sold papers on the corner of Queen and Bathurst.

The Royal York opening up in 1929. Found on Vintage Toronto.

Toronto's Royal York Hotel opening up in

Toronto 1910, Yonge St looking north from King St

The Toronto of Canadian author, Rachel McMillan's stories- The Herringford and Watts Series: Praise, Tidbits and Pictures

Queen Street looking east from James Street, Toronto, 1924

by Stephen Tennant - the red list - Mr. Tennant photographed by Sir Cecil Beaton in Smith Square, London,

This chaotic street scene from early June, 1900, shows Yonge St., looking north from Adelaide. In the common, age-old phenomenon of Torontonians congregating on Yonge Street in celebration, these men and women and children are celebrating the fall of Pretoria in the South African war (1899-1902). Posted in support of #biketowork month Toronto

(largely obliterated): Galbraith / Photograph Co / [. Inscribed in pencil, vso left: 282 Half Plate 282 [corrected from

Said to be the corner of King and Yonge Streets in 1868.

Corner of King and Yonge Streets

NE corner of Bloor and Yonge (and the SE). 1926:

Yonge and Bloor streets, Toronto, 1926

Front St. c.1880

As Toronto's southernmost east/west thoroughfare prior to major infill efforts in the early part of the century, it's not surprising that Fron.

Massey Hall c1900

Massey Hall c1900

Then: Bloor and Bathurst NW corner. 1922

Urban Toronto - Bloor and Bathurst - 1922

Yonge st. Toronto, Canada c. 1890 - love the cobblestones!

Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, after 1906 Wm. Silver salts on glass - Gelatin dry plate process [prints may be purchased from McCord Museum]

Toronto Street Railway Co. horse-car 145 on King street. View from Church street. [ca. 18 Aug. 1890]

Toronto Street Railway Co. horse-car 145 on King street. View from Church street.

Kitchen of King Edward Hotel, Toronto ca. 1916

Kitchen of King Edward Hotel, Toronto ca.

Aftermath of the 1904 fire: Bay Street north of Wellington, looking south Photographer: W.J. Whittingham April 20, 1904

Aftermath of the 1904 fire: Bay Street north of Wellington, looking south Photographer: W.

150 years ago Toronto had only been Toronto for a little over three decades. Originally Dublin, then York, the bulk of the town was still mostly clustered along the waterfront between Parliament and Bathurst streets. The tallest structures were church spires and factory chimneys and large parts of present day...

5 Toronto intersections as they were 150 years ago

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