downtown

Downtown buildings as seen from slightly different angles

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down the lane towards old city hall

Looking east on Renfrew Place (which runs north of Queen St. West) past Campbell House museum towards the clock tower on Old City Hall in the distance. Campbell House museum is the red brick building at the end of the lane.

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reflections at College and University

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Mural by Canadian artist Derek Michael Besart on the west side of the Gooderham Building. This building dates from 1892 and it is built in the flatiron style (i.e. wedge shaped) so it fits into the triangular intersection created by Front and Wellington Streets.

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on Adelaide Street West

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Reality meets illusion on King St. East

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St. Lawrence Hall from the south. St. Lawrence Hall, a 3 1/2 storey building designed by William Thomas and constructed in 1850 as a public meeting hall. It was restored in 1967 at which time it was declared a National Historic Site. The front of the building is on King Street East.

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St. James Cathedral seen through scaffolding

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No access - Cherry Street is closed during the massive construction in the West Don Lands area.

No access – Cherry Street is closed during the massive construction in the West Don Lands area.

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At Front and Bay, stoplight with the gold coloured RBC building in the background

At Front and Bay, stoplight with the RBC building in the background

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