Thursday, May 03, 2007

A journey to the past – Ontario part 4

We remember when we were kids - Irwin Toy

In the series of decay and rebirth, the city of Toronto had a few landmarks plotted in and about the industrial lots situated northwest of Front Street. There was the old train depot littered with carriages and a unusual platform or bay that rotated a train motor 180 degrees in the centre of a destitute field.

This is a view of the city of Toronto with many of the skyscrapers dominated by Banks. The large grain or fuel silos was in the vicinity of lands belonging to the railway. It may be astonishing to see if any structures still exist in 2007, as they were photographed
nearly fifteen years ago. -thebookmann

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