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Bay St. traffic, 1924    Old City Hall in the background

This picture shows the Bay Street traffic, Toronto, We can see lots of cars on the street and it is pretty fancy

Image detail for -The Great Depression in Toronto is perhaps best explored -- in fictional terms, at least -- by Hugh Garner in his classic novel, Cabbagetown. It's semi ...

The old city hall tower has provided a terminating vista for Bay Street from its completion to the present day.

toronto 1900s Toronto City Hall in 1907. The clock mechanism and bells were made in England and shipped to Canada in the 1890s and are still in regular service.

Toronto City Hall in The clock mechanism and bells were made in England and shipped to Canada in the and are still in regular service.

✯ Massey Hall - Toronto, Canada. Massey Hall is a performing arts theatre in the Garden District of downtown Toronto. The theatre originally was designed to seat 3,500 patrons but, after extensive renovations in the 1940s, now seats up to 2,765. - Wikipedia

Massey Hall is a performing arts theatre in the Garden District of downtown Toronto. The theatre originally was designed to seat patrons but, after extensive renovations in the now seats up to - Wikipedia

Vintage cycling photos: Bay Street, Toronto, Canada - Circa 1907

Toronto has a surprisingly rich cycling history. While biking culture has experienced a resurgence over the last five years or so (some might trace.

Canada Life Building (and Osgoode Hall), Toronto, c. 1934. #Toronto #History #Vintage

Canada Life Building (and Osgoode Hall , c. my dad who was in the constitution industry built an extension to the CLB in the

Love this photo of Toronto's City Hall. From the City of Toronto Archives, poster to "Toronto of the 1970s" on BlogTO.com

Viljo Revell, Toronto City Hall, « Viljo Revell's design has functional drawnbacks - splitting a minucipal bureaucracy in two makes little organisational sense - but the building and its popular plaza have become a Toronto icon.

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