Banner photo is of the Knox Presbyterian Mission on Stonecutter’s Lane and Richmond, circa 1890s. Courtesy of Toronto Public Library. Nestled between Queen and Richmond is a short street with a big name: Britain St. Running east from George to Sherbourne, it’s really just a block long but believe me, it’s no less interesting […]Read more "Britain Street"
Banner photo is of Berkeley St looking north from Esplanade in 1907. Courtesy of Toronto Public Library. When first laid out in the late 18th century, Berkeley formed the eastern border of the city. During this period, however, it was a good deal shorter than the street we know today, running just a short distance […]Read more "Berkeley Street"
Banner photo is of Sherbourne and Queen looking west on May 4th, 1917. From the City of Toronto Archives. I grew up in the west end of the city – almost smack dab between Dundas West and Lansdowne, near Bloor St. If you know the area, I wonder what you think when you hear those […]Read more "Moss Park"