Tuesday, May 01, 2007

A journey to the past – Ontario part 2

When we speak of progress, what we really mean is to rape ourselves

If you are unfamiliar with these structures, it is because they may not exist today. These photographs was taken in 1993 before the city's facelift which has transformed it. - Take it or leave it.

On thebookmann's journey of documenting buildings in parts of the industrial areas of the Toronto, these images say it all because the structures have been erased from memory. So just north of King Street, Toronto, Ontario, there once stood the Gardiner expressway with its dual roadway concrete structure, and at the time, the building below was in being demolished on King Street, east of Yonge. - thebookmann

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