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Recent content by Goldie

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    Harbourfront (Music Garden and more)

    Does everyone know that the present "Music Garden" was a wartime shipbuilding site during WWII?
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    Toronto skyline

    Wonderful image, DSC. You've a keen eye for seeing what many will miss. Please allow me this crop:
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    It's been reported that the Babe played at Hanlan's Point, but I'm not sure of the accuracy of the claim, "his first professional home run." That story also suggests that the ball was hit into the Lake and may still be there for treasure-seekers to find.
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    Miscellany Toronto Photographs: Then and Now

    275 Yonge St. c.1978
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    Miscellany Toronto Photographs: Then and Now

    Yonge at Bloor, S/W corner (1912) Stollery's Men's Store was here in 1912 & remained until current construction. Image from 2021
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    Unique Houses in Toronto

    Since I used the term, "hidden away," I'll protect their privacy.
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    Unique Houses in Toronto

    A couple of unique homes, hidden away on an obscure street in the Riverdale neighbourhood.
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    Goldie's Toronto

    It's Not Abbey Road!
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    Post your pictures of Toronto here!

    Fun at City Hall in 2015 Everyone's a photographer these days!
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Trinity Sq. 1875
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    CNE, The Early Years
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    CNE Grandstand, 1948 Additional stands to accommodate baseball, 1983
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    T. Eaton Co. c.1900, Yonge St.
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    Some GTA Aerials by Bangkok (Covid19 induced Boredom)

    This is an odd scene, bangkok.........My imagination went to work! Is this a barracks or maybe a prison, [guard towers]?
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    Toronto skyline

    Is that a shipping-container graveyard?

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