Lineup for streetcars - Danforth Ave. east of Broadview - 1920
Nice photos of that area Goldie , I have never seen those views of Broadview & Danforth. Are they from the Toronto Archives ? My wife's grandfather owned a restaurant called Andrews Fish'n'Chips around there in the 1930's but I have never been able to figure out where exactly.
I have another question for the sleuthier UT'ers amongst you, seeing as you were lightning fast the last time. I have been trying to find an image of the south side of Queen between Spadina and Cameron, but to no avail. In fact, the closest view I have from the Toronto archives is this west facing view through the intersection of Queen/Spadina.
I was wondering if anyone had ever stumbled across an image of the south side, just west of that intersection. There's also an east-facing view from someone that stood on the north sidewalk. If that photographer would have turned 90 degrees clockwise, it would have been EXACTLY the view I'm looking for.
"Time for coffee at the Yonge and Albertus Second Cup."
I presume that the coffee is better at Second Cup, but do bear in mind that the company at The St Lawrence Sunday Market far exceeds
anything/one you could hope to ever meet at The Cup as far as Old Toronto goods and information is concerned.
Will we expect your presence two Sundays hence?
Good health for the New year, is all that really matters.
...the company far exceeds...". Yes, yes indeed it does JT. I will try to be there on the 18th.