A CLOUDY DAWN OVER LAKE ONTARIO AS THE LEUTY LIFEGUARD STATION STANDS GUARD

A symbol of the Beach neighborhood, south of the boardwalk, the Leuty Lifeguard Station, built in 1920, is one of the few remaining buildings near the water’s edge.

Once there was an entire amusement park at nearby Scarborough Beach, along with private boat houses, canoes for hire, and some commercial buildings. Now, the lifeguard station stands alone at the bottom of Leuty Avenue, greeting a gray dawn.
<PHOTO – BRYAN BLENKIN>

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