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Toronto and other Cities

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The lost motels of Toronto

You wouldn't know it when driving around Toronto these days, but the city and its surrounding areas used to be well populated by motels. Two areas ...

Aerial view Toronto That time when Toronto was a city of parking lots Toronto Skyline, Downtown Toronto, Toronto Cn Tower, Canadian History, Local History, York Hotels, New City, Landscape Photos, Aerial View

This is what Toronto looked like when it was covered in parking lots

Throughout the 1960s and 1970s Toronto's planners and policy makers were little seduced by the city's old buildings, and in many cases sought to ex...

  Toronto Neighbourhoods, Toronto Photos, Big Building, Street Names, West End, Historical Society, Amusement Park, Back In The Day, Main Street

The history of the Roncesvalles neighbourhood in Toronto

Roncesvalles, Ronces, Roncey, Toddler-Town, Little Poland, regardless of what you call it, this Toronto neighbourhood brings that small town feelin...

View from the observation deck of City Hall Landscape Photos, Toronto, 1960s, Past, Nostalgia, Multi Story Building, Old Things, Evening Sandals, Stanley Cup

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1960s

The 1960s in Toronto was a time in which the subways were red, the Leafs were Stanley Cup Winners, Nathan Phillips was still mayor (at the very beg...

Toronto was a quieter place in the Our skyline was made up of a handful of buildings from the our brick buildings were stained with s. Hurricane Hazel, Joy Theater, Toronto Subway, Modern Skyscrapers, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, Toronto Skyline, York Hotels

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1950s in colour photographs

Toronto was a quieter place in the 1950s. Our skyline was made up of a handful of buildings from the 1930s, our brick buildings were stained with s...

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is quickly approaching with 18 days of impossible games, questionable rides and heart clogging food. Toronto Ontario Canada, Canadian History, History Photos, Vintage Photographs, North America, Old Things, City, Water, Classic

Vintage Photographs of the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is quickly approaching with 18 days of impossible games, questionable rides and heart clogging food. Hoorah!

Toronto's waterfront might still be years away from being transformed into Sidewalk Lab's neighbourhood of the future, but a look back in time reve. Black Building, Canadian Things, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, York Hotels, Canadian History, Landscape Photos, The Neighbourhood, Places

A 1970s Toronto photo extravaganza

1970s 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...

Vintage Signs Toronto Maple Leaf Stadium, ca. Canadian Things, Labour Day, Canadian History, Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Canada, Vintage Signs, Montreal, Ontario, Signage

This is what sports stadiums looked like in Toronto before the Rogers Centre

Despite the technological advancement of Toronto's biggest pro sports facilities—the Rogers Centre and Scotiabank Arena—there remains something to ...

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Transit Toronto is the largest unofficial source of information on the TTC and public transit in the Greater Toronto Area and southern Ontario

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5 lost streetcar routes in Toronto

Toronto has the largest streetcar network of any city in North America. The TTC's fleet of light rail cars, purchased in the late 1970s and now slo...

The Toronto Blue Jays remember their 1993 World Series title. In part two of Sportsnet's four-part series: With the prelude out of the way, the Jays were ready for their real season to start. Sports Basketball, Kentucky Basketball, Duke Basketball, Kentucky Wildcats, College Basketball, Soccer, College Girlfriend, Baseball Girlfriend, Blue Jay Way

Blue Jays Memories of '93: ALCS - Sportsnet.ca

The Toronto Blue Jays remember their 1993 World Series title. In part two of Sportsnet's four-part series: With the prelude out of the way, the Jays were ready for their real season to start.

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Old Photographs of Yonge Street in the 1970s

The first series of pictures are from the 1970s, a colourful decade of life on Yonge Street. Do you remember life on Yonge in the 70s?

Old photos of Toronto allow us to revisit the past of a city with very interesting history. While photos of every day life are often used for study. Edgewater Hotel, Toronto Ontario Canada, Interesting History, West End, Continents, Old Photos, Signage, Past, That Look

What the Queensway used to look like in Toronto

The Queensway started out as an east-west trail in southern Etobicoke, west of the Humber River, called Stock's Sideroad. Reflecting its position a...

In the later half of the Toronto became a modern city. Yes, we managed to build a single-line subway a decade before, but it was the arrival. Subway Rush, Toronto Subway, How To Look Pretty, That Look, Toronto Apartment, Canada Pictures, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, Toronto Travel

What rush hour used to look like on the TTC

For 47 years, Bloor-Yonge has been Toronto's busiest subway station. It's where more than 410,000 people every day race, squeeze, and cram for trai...