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Voted number one food Market in the world by National Geographic a great area to browse foods from the local farmers. Open Tuesday to Saturday, the Market is a focal point of the area with street musicians and an also has a antiques market on a Sunday.

Three Row boats tethered together on the banks of Lake Simcoe, Ontario, they will lie there until Spring comes and the Lake ice is gone.

Voted number one food Market in the world by National Geographic a great area to browse foods from the local farmers. Open Tuesday to Saturday, the Market is a focal point of the area with street musicians and an also has a antiques market on a Sunday.

Voted number one food Market in the world by National Geographic a great area to browse foods from the local farmers. Open Tuesday to Saturday, the Market is a focal point of the area with street musicians and an also has a antiques market on a Sunday.

Ornate architecture adorns the entrance into Union Station in Toronto, Canada, with its stained glass window and large clock in the centre.

Ornate architecture adorns the entrance into Union Station in Toronto, Canada, with its stained glass window and large clock in the centre.

Edinburgh Castle is a historic fortress which dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh, Scotland from its position on the Castle Rock. Archaeologists have established human occupation of the rock since at least the Iron Age (2nd century AD), although the nature of the early settlement is unclear. There has been a royal castle on the rock since at least the reign of David I in the 12th century, and the site continued to be a royal residence until the Union of the Crowns in 1603.

Edinburgh Castle by James Canning

In The Good Old Summertime.  Beautiful view of the Toronto waterfront from Centre Island.

In The Good Old Summertime. Beautiful view of the Toronto waterfront from Centre Island.

"Built in Quebec, this 1910 steam engine was used by CN Railway until the late 1950s; it was stationed in Allandale and served many Simcoe County communities. Donated by CN to the city in 1960, the engine has been on Lakeshore Drive ever since. A high fence was eventually erected to protect the artifact from vandalism and graffiti. The caboose was added in 1995."

"Built in Quebec, this 1910 steam engine was used by CN Railway until the late 1950s; it was stationed in Allandale and served many Simcoe County communities. Donated by CN to the city in 1960, the engine has been on Lakeshore Drive ever since. A high fence was eventually erected to protect the artifact from vandalism and graffiti. The caboose was added in 1995."

Autumn scene of Leafy Avenue in Black and White

by James Canning

Harbour wall, with Fishing Trawlers docked awaiting the new tide in the town of St Andrews, on the East coast of Fife, Scotland.

Tides Out by James Canning

Quiet spot to rest your legs in the beautiful town of St Andrews, Scotland.

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