Vintage Toronto

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On June drivers pulled off The Queensway in Etobicoke and did something no one else in Toronto had officially done before - order a Tim Ho. Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Tim Hortons, Toronto Ontario Canada, Vintage Restaurant, Canada Eh, Toronto Maple, Canada Travel

That time Toronto got its first taste of Tim Hortons

On June 1, 1970, drivers pulled off The Queensway in Etobicoke and did something no one else in Toronto had officially done before - order a Tim Ho...

Yonge Street circa is how I remember Toronto. Toronto Street, Toronto City, Toronto Travel, Retro Photography, Travel Photography, Scarborough Toronto, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canada Eh

Yonge Street south of Gerrard St. 1974

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Approaching Toronto from the southwest about a century ago, Roncesvalles Avenue would have been the first well developed north/south strip that one. Visit Toronto, Toronto Ontario Canada, Then And Now Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Landscape Photos, The Neighbourhood, Street View, City

What Roncesvalles Avenue used to look like

Approaching Toronto from the southwest about a century ago, Roncesvalles Avenue would have been the first well developed north/south strip that one...

When Richard Mauran opened his first burger restaurant in he figured he would call it Humphrey's. Koh Lipe, Swiss Chalet, Burger Restaurant, Vintage Restaurant, Richmond Hill, Restaurant Concept, Canadian History, Prince Edward Island, Cool Countries

This is what it was like when Harvey's hamburgers first came to Toronto

When Richard Mauran opened his first burger restaurant in 1959, he figured he would call it Humphrey's. Henry's Hamburgers was already a successful...

SAM the Record Man, Yonge St, Toronto, I spent some quality time in this store as my youth. There are no stores like this today that I know of. So much beautiful vinyl and music history. Just Love, New Gta, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Nostalgia, Vintage Neon Signs, Destinations, Canada Eh, Canadian History

SAM the record man

SAM The Record Man was a Toronto Landmark for decades. This store on Yonge street has been in business since 1961, but unfortunately closed down a few weeks ago. Hopefully the sign will stay, since it's one of the most recognized signs on Yonge street in Toronto.

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Seaway Hotel on the Lakeshore

Completed in 1954, the former Seaway Hotel at 2000 Lake Shore Boulevard West was one of the first truly Modernist motor hotels in Canada. Its crisp, clean lines eschewed the kitschy themes of the t…

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What Yorkdale looked like in the 1960s and 70s

It's hard to believe how much Yorkdale Shopping Centre has changed since it opened in 1964. One of Toronto's first major suburban retail destinatio...

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Springtime for Simpson’s Yorkdale

Before gaining international renown for Scarborough College, Gund Hall at Harvard University and the iconic CN Tower, John Andrews was a young architect at Toronto’s John B. Parkin Associates. Duri…

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A Concours Of Vintage Parking Lots

(first posted 10/13/2011) Vintage parking lots are always a worthwhile place to hang out, so I spent breakfast looking for some vintage shots to share with you. This one is […]

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Toronto Architecture - Black and White Photography prints Andy Brooks Fine Art Photography - Toronto Architecture pictures

Black and White Photography by Andy Brooks Canadian fine art photographer Toronto architecture photographs framed black and white urban Prints for sale.

Toronto's main streets looked remarkably different in the Even as the city is more populated and vibrant today, the aesthetic of the urban l. Toronto Street, Toronto City, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, Canadian History, North York, Street Look, Nova Scotia, 1960s

This is what Toronto streets looked like in the 1960s

Toronto's main streets looked remarkably different in the 1960s. Even as the city is more populated and vibrant today, the aesthetic of the urban l...