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Bloor and Bathurst/Then and Now

Bloor and Bathurst/Then and NowLooking west along Bloor from Bathurst in 1960. Honest Ed’s, on the south side had not yet expanded to take up the entire block and the Alhambra Theatre on the north side is showing
Once More With Feeling” and “Our Man in Havana
The Alhambra was originally called the King George and ended it’s days as the Eve, a porno house. It was demolished in 1985 to make way for a Swiss Chalet.
Bloor and Bathurst/Then and Now
Today.
Bloor and Bathurst/Then and Now
Another shot of the Alhambra in 1947.
Cheyenne and Seven Keys to Baldpate were released that year.
Bloor and Bathurst/Then and Now
Another shot of Honest Ed’s from 1959.
In the late 1970’s, I worked at Honest Ed’s after school….
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