Toronto Street Railway Co. (date unknown). From Church Street looking east along King Street. A horse drawn streetcar. Photo from Vintage Toronto.

Toronto Street Railway Co. horse-car 145 on King street. View from Church street.

145 King Street East – (c.1870) – Showing the James Foster & Son general hardware store, and photographer D.C. Butchart’s Toronto Dominion Gallery, which was located on the second floor.

145 King Street East – Toronto – Showing the James Foster & Son general hardware store, and photographer D. Butchart’s Toronto Dominion Gallery, which was located on the second floor.

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How A Long, Sandy Beach Became The Toronto Islands

Hanlan's Point in Toronto circa 1910.

How A Long, Sandy Beach Became The Toronto Islands

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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.

TORONTO BENEATH OUR FEET: A (BRIEF) VISUAL HISTORY OF OLD  LIFE AFTER THE GREAT FIRE

Toronto Beneath Our Feet: A (Brief) Visual History of Old Toronto

Globe & Mail development reveals lost Toronto mansion

Workers surveying the ground for what will become the new King Street East offices of the Globe and Mail unearthed brick foundations and a handful .

King Street East, Toronto, Ontario.

King Street East, near St. Lawrence Market, between 1885 and Image via City of Toronto Archives/F.

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