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Toronto 1900s

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Architect: John M. Present owner, David Mirvish. This Edwardian jewel-box is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America. Visit Toronto, Toronto Ontario Canada, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto Photography, Canada Eh, Canadian History, Lake Michigan, Canada Travel, Countries Of The World

Royal Alexandra Theatre (1907), Toronto

Architect: John M. Lyle. Present owner, David Mirvish. This Edwardian jewel-box is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America.

Old street car, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Ontario, Trains, Downtown Toronto, Toronto City, Visit Canada, Canadian History, Nostalgia, Light Rail, Old Street

PCC #4500 at Exhibition Loop with the CN Tower in the background

A shot of PCC #4500 resting at Exhibition Loop with the CN Tower in the background.

This Toronto Telegraph photo, taken in shows an EATON'S SPECIAL bus (Gray Coach operating north on the Yonge Street strip, approaching Gerrard. Photo courtesy the Pete Coulman collection. Street Look, Main Street, Street View, Toronto Street, Toronto City, Toronto Star, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Yonge Street, Toronto Photos

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...

The time Toronto was buried under half a metre of snow. 1944 I believe Toronto City, Toronto Canada, Canada 150, Downtown Toronto, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Toronto Photos, Winter Storm, Lake Michigan

That time Toronto was buried under half a metre of snow

The snow started to fall on a Monday afternoon, as promised. A winter storm whipped up from the Gulf of Mexico was drifting north over upstate New ...

Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you& into eating out), but it was dirti. Toronto Architecture, Historical Architecture, Street Look, Street View, Toronto Pictures, Toronto Street, Toronto City, Canadian Things, Toronto Ontario Canada

10 Toronto intersections as they were in the 1960s

As cliche as it is to say, it's remarkable to see how much and how little Toronto has changed over the last 50 or so years. For the purpose of comp...

Slideshow: seven vintage photos of Yorkdale when it first opened half a century ago Cities, Canadian Things, Toronto Ontario Canada, Anniversary Pictures, Canadian History, Toronto Life, North York, The Good Old Days, Travel Essentials

This is 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...

Looking north on Lansdowne from Bloor TTC PCC 4158 facing Toronto Chicago Beach, Portland Restaurants, Toronto Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, Toronto Travel, New England Fall, Fort Myers Beach, Canadian History

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...