Monday, February 13, 2012

Art Moderne/Bus Terminal Cleveland and Cincinatti

For some local Toronto Art Moderne examples, click here.

International Chop Suey/Then and Now

60 Elizabeth Street in 1937.In 1958.
A current view, most of Elizabeth Street has been replaced by City Hall.The iconic neon sign lives on still when it was relocated to Kingston Road.

Queen and Mutual/Then and Now

The Second Presbyterian Church under construction circa 1858.
A later view from the late 1960's, this is the second Church constructed in 1891.
A current view.