HIDDEN TORONTO #1 – SOME MEMORABLE STUFF YOU MIGHT ACCIDENTALLY STUMBLE UPON

<3rd Sunday of every month is ‘car-free, pedestrians only’ at Kensington Market – until October>

<A quicksand warning in Wychwood Park>

<Mug shots at the Toronto Police Museum, 40 College Street>

<A tunnel borer working on the 22-station Crosstown LRT and/or six new subway stations>

<Tokyo Smoke jammed between two larger buildings>

<Architectural artifacts in the Junction neighbourhood>

<Glad Day, the world’s oldest LGBTQ bookshop & cafe, 499 Church Street>

<Detail of the Casa Loma Conservatory ceiling on a coin from the Canadian Mint>

<De Grassi Street where the internationally famous television series began.>

<Dundas Street West Market constructed from old shipping containers>

<Native Family Services building on College Street>

<Nightime illuminations in the Pharmacy Building, University of Toronto>

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