What Parliament Street used to look like in Toronto

A visual history of Parliament Street is a post that probably could have been compiled a long time ago given the stature and visual interest of the.

The earliest known photographs of Toronto are surely best known for the panorama of the fledging city taken by civil engineering firm Armstrong, Beere and Hime in 1856 atop the Rossin House Hotel at King and York streets....

South-side between Yonge and Church streets, looking east, City Of Toronto Archives, Fonds Item

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The tiny black building to the left is still there; it has been turned into a Second Cup, though. The actual pier is gone and has been replaced by a condo.

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CN Tower – Toronto, Canada - When They Were Young Iconic Buildings Under Construction Page 2 of 2 Best of Web Shrine

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Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you're into eating out), but it was dirti.

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CN Tower, Toronto, Ontario, under construction in April More cool pics at this link.

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Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you're into eating out), but it was dirti.

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Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you're into eating out), but it was dirti.

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What Toronto traffic looked liked in and

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Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you're into eating out), but it was dirti.

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