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The Church of the Holy Trinity

Screen Shot 2013-10-21 at 4.04.44 PM Holy_Trinity_Church_on_Trinity_Square,_Toronto,_c_1870-5Built in 1847, the Church was spared demolition when the Eaton centre was built in 1976. A recent visit revealed this little detail.

P1110026The paw prints from a long dead raccoon that walked across the bricks as they were drying in 1847. The brick to the right appears to have a bird’s footprint as well.

A complete history of the Church of the Holy Trinity can be found here.



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