The image below is another example. Taken before construction of Metro Hall, it shows the block of King St. where the Princess of Wales Theatre would soon appear. Before it was a surface parking lot, the block in the foreground was home to a massive Canadian Pacific freight yard. Trains could, until the late 1980s, penetrate as far into downtown as King and Simcoe.
Here's a look back what the rest of downtown Toronto looked like in the 1990s.
Here's a look at what was on offer 50 years ago this Christmas.
Brothers and co-owners Marty and Norm, who prefer not to use a last name, are selling the building and are likely calling it quits. A sign was placed in the window earlier this week announcing "everything must go."
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Right now, credit and debit cards are only accepted for weekly or monthly passes. Under the new rules, riders will be able to purchase day passes and tokens in quantities of 10, 20, or 50 with a Mastercard, Visa, American Express, or Interac card.