From Flickr: “North Toronto C.P.R. Station (opened 1916), Yonge St., e. side, betw. Price St. & Shaftesbury Ave.” by Toronto Public Library Special Collections

May 5, 2015 Uncategorized

This picture shows the North Toronto station of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (Yonge St., south of St. Clair), which opened in 1916 and ran passenger trains mainly to small towns in Ontario until the early 1930s.It was reopened briefly for the royal visit of King George VI and his Consort in 1939. Today, we know it best as the Summerhill LCBO.

Creator: Unknown
Date: 1916
Identifier: S 28-2
Format: Ephemera
Rights: Public domain
Courtesy: Toronto Public Library.
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