HIDDEN TORONTO #2 – ALL GREAT CITIES HAVE HIDDEN TREASURES – HERE ARE SOME MORE OF OUR’S

<Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, oldest lighthouse on the Great Lakes, one of the city’s oldest buildings – PHOTO Bryan Blenkin>

<Patio House, Nortown District>

<Lobby, Danforth Music Hall>

<St. Michael’s Cemetery, off Yonge, south of St. Clair Avenue>

<TTC subway typeface, created in the 1950’s>

<Squirrel nests in the fall>

<Former home of Russian Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna, 710 Gerrard St. East>

<‘Leaves of Light’, York University>

<Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, Forest Hill>

<Artscape Young Place, a former school now devoted to the arts, Shaw Street>

<Rose Hill Park, in the heart of the city, Summerhill neighbourhood>

<Moses Znaimer’s ‘Television Museum and Archive’, Liberty Village>

<Bruce Kidd running track, Regent Park>

<Cinecycle – bicycle repair shop & occasional movie theatre, laneway off Spadina Avenue>

<Matilda Street, downtown eastside>

<The original Island Airport control tower/terminal buildiing still exits – but it’s no longer in use>

<Mural by Dan Bergeron, Evergreen Brick Works>

<Great (Law) Library, Osgoode Hall, Queen Street West>

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