Tag Archives: CN Tower Toronto
ON NIGHTS WHEN THE CORONAVIRUS STALKS THE STREETS, THE CN TOWER KEEPS THE LIGHTS ON
<The CN TOWER is closed for the time being due to (not surprisingly) the COVID-19 pandemic. Plans are to re-open on Tuesday, April 14th.>
THE CN (CDN. NATIONAL) TOWER TURNS ON THE COLOURED LIGHTS FOR PRIDE MONTH IN TORONTO
<PHOTO – Maurie Sherman> INFO – PRIDE MONTH & the Pride Festival – http://www.pridetoronto.com & #prideTO
‘OLGA’, THE SIKORSKY SKYCRANE PLACES 39-SECTION ANTENNA ATOP INCOMPLETE CN TOWER, 1975
From the CTV News collection in the City of TORONTO Archives – the Evergreen Sikorsky Skycrane puts on the last piece of the 39-section broadcast antenna atop the incomplete CN Tower – April 2/1975. The helicopter’s official model number was N6962R – known locally as ‘Olga’.
WORKMAN’S VIEW FROM THE CN (CANADIAN NATIONAL) TOWER – MAY 16, 1976
<PHOTO – Panda Associates Photography and Art Services>
HERE’S LOOKING AT YOU – A PEEK AT TORONTO’S ICONIC CN TOWER
Rising above the harbour and downtown, our giant communications tower has been photographed millions of times inside and out, top to bottom – so much so that it’s a challenge finding a unique point-of-view. While idling in traffic, photographer Ross Winter took this rather ‘shy’ picture of the Tower.