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What the Junction used to look like in Toronto

The Junction might just be one of the most interesting neighbourhoods in Toronto. At once a place that's undergone profound change (a.k.a. gentrifi...

Raymore Drive, Toronto which was swept away during Hurricane Hazel in Hurricane Hazel, Atlantic Hurricane, Toronto Ontario Canada, History Pics, Canadian History, Back In The Day, Aerial View, Past, Urban

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Toronto's lost train stations range in stature from the positively grand to the most modest of structures. In terms of the former, one thinks immed. Toronto Ontario Canada, Train Stations, The Good Old Days, Roads, 1940s, Trains, The Neighbourhood, Past, Old Things

The lost train stations of Toronto

Toronto's lost train stations range in stature from the positively grand to the most modest of structures. In terms of the former, one thinks immed...

Weston Credit Jewelers Ghost Sign in Toronto, Canada Vintage Wall Art, Vintage Walls, Vintage Signs, Painted Signs, Hand Painted, Neon Jewelry, Painted Brick Walls, Building Signs, Old Signs

Toronto's Ghost Signs

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October 1954 – Hurricane Hazel makes U. it is the only recorded Category 4 hurricane to strike as far north as North Carolina. The Weston Golf Club was left submerged after the Humber River burst its banks during Hurricane Hazel in Toronto. North Carolina Hurricanes, Hurricane Hazel, Toronto Pictures, Atlantic Hurricane, Category 4, Toronto Ontario Canada, October 15, Stories For Kids, Haiti

Hurricane Hazel - Wikipedia

October 15, 1954 – Hurricane Hazel makes U.S. landfall; it is the only recorded Category 4 hurricane to strike as far north as North Carolina. The Weston Golf Club was left submerged after the Humber River burst its banks during Hurricane Hazel in Toronto.

Toronto in the didn't much resemble the city we know today. Not only was the skyline virtually undeveloped—the tallest structures were the Te. Ontario, As Time Goes By, Canada, West Village, Historical Architecture, Historical Pictures, Oh The Places You'll Go, Old Photos, Toronto

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...