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Yonge and Queen/Then and Now

pictures-r-3993For some strange reason, this building on the N/W corner of Yonge and Queen has been spared the onslaught destruction of this entire block through the last century, including the building of the Eaton Centre in the mid 1970’s. Below is a timeline of sorts up to the present day.

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f0124_fl0002_id0151-woolworths-yonge-queen-1972 Screen Shot 2012-12-21 at 12.48.18 PMA classic Woolworth lunch counter below.

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