Loblaws...the early years (1919). 511 Yonge Street, Toronto. Via www.blogto.com.

The first Loblaw Groceteria at 511 Yonge St. Toronto 1919 - Photo 1 of 2

Original ROM building, 1914 195-233 Bloor St W, Toronto,

and Avenue Road, Toronto,

Bloor & Avenue Road, Toronto, 1927.

The view at Bloor & Avenue Road, Toronto, 1927 (yes, there really is a street called "Avenue Road", I've been on it numerous times).

Construction starts on the CN Tower Feb 6 1973

Construction starts on the CN Tower Feb 6 1973

Aftermath of the Great Toronto Fire (April 19, 1904): Looking north from the south side of Wellington St., just west of Bay St.

1904 - aftermath of fire, Wellington St. of Wellington St. of Bay St

Yonge Street.

Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Creator: W. MacFarlane (Publisher) Date: 1910 Identifier: PC 2632 Format: Postcard Rights: Public domain Courtesy: Toronto Public Library You can order order a print or high-resolution copy.

1, 3, 5 Sackville Street Rear, Nov. 9, 1936. City of Toronto Archives

City of Toronto Archives

Toronto City Hall (1868) Old, old city hall 2011125-Toronto_City_Hall_1868.jpg

Toronto City Hall Old, old city hall

A look back at the birth of the SkyDome http://www.blogto.com/city/2012/01/a_look_back_at_the_birth_of_the_skydome/

Toronto Rogers Centre (Formerly the SkyDome) under construction

What Corktown used to look like in Toronto. #Toronto #History #Vintage

What Corktown used to look like in Toronto

Toronto Fire Dept. Yorkville Ladder Company, 1915 Station 10's ladder crew poses by their apparatus in October, 1915

Yorkville Ladder Company, 1915 Station ladder crew poses by their apparatus in October, 1915

Remembering the Great Toronto Fire of 1904

Remembering the Great Toronto Fire of 1904 - Spacing Toronto

Subway construction begins 1949 in Toronto

What Yonge Street used to look like in Toronto

Carlton Street and Maple Leaf Gardens, looking northeast.

View of west facade of Maple Leaf Stadium, looking east

The Vaughan Cinema, corner of Vaughan Rd/St Clair Ave West, Toronto circa 1950

Toronto’s lost treasures—the Vaughan Theatre on St.

Posted originally by @torontophoton Signature Toronto #jets #cntower #torontophoton Photo by

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