Looking north up George Street from Front Street, November 1922.

(The building on the left is the Royal Canadian Hotel which was at the NW corner of Front Street and George Street. The taller building in the right-centre of the photograph, the Christie Biscuit factory, is still there at the SE corner of George and King. It is now part of the St James campus of George Brown College.)

View of site of New Town of York: probably about 1979 as the "sales office" signs are visible on the fence. The wall painted sign for the Taylor Safe Works is still, just, visible in 2018.

A photograph, from Canadian Architect (June 1981) of our building under construction in ca. spring 1981.

There is another photograph of our building under construction on the Introduction & History page.

A photograph of the St Lawrence area in the mid 1970s. Parking was clearly not a problem!

The Black Horse Hotel was on NE corner of George Street and Front Street - where Bulk Barn is today. Note the building at George and King in the background.