Eglinton Avenue looking west from Yonge Street, Toronto, 1922

“Two young potential condo dwellers just waiting for the Crosstown LRT on Eglinton Ave, west of Yonge St, in

Yonge Street looking south from Bloor Street.

Yonge and Bloor serves as the subject of our latest installment in a not-so-frequent series that examines the visual legacy of some of Toronto's mo.

1960's - Toronto - Kresge’s lunch counter. ( SE corner of Yonge & Carlton/College) All the lunch counters looked the same.

- Toronto - Kresge’s lunch counter. ( SE corner of Yonge & Carlton/College) All the lunch counters looked the same.

Diana Sweets restaurant when it was at Bloor and Avenue Roads, mid-20th century

Diana Sweets restaurant when it was at Bloor and Avenue Roads, century

Workmen laying last stone on the Canada Life Building, circa 1930. City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1244, Item 116.

Workmen laying last stone on the Canada Life Building, circa City of Toronto Archives, Fonds Item

What Sunnyside looked like before the Gardiner arrived  Sunnyside pool, 1940s

What Sunnyside looked like before the Gardiner arrived Sunnyside pool,

Telegram Building (1900-1963); interior, exchange editor's room, Toronto, Ontario

Telegram Building (1900-1963); interior, exchange editor's room, Toronto, Ontario

Toronto Transit Commission workers, 1954

I rely on subway to get to work and school at least 10 times a week, counting return trips. To people like me, who consider back and forth subway r.

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