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Category Archives: Abandoned Buildings
For those who don’t know Toronto, you likely won’t know about Honest Ed’s. It was like Toronto’s first big dollar store and it’s been around forever. Sadly, it’s closed shop for good now and a major condo and commercial development … Continue reading
Based on the title I’m guessing a few of you were expecting water and perhaps a dock, yes? 😉 This is The Bay (aka The Hudson’s Bay) department store. Decades ago it was Simpson’s before a bunch of mergers and … Continue reading
I wouldn’t have even bothered taking this shot had it not been for the dude in front of me. I thought that him being in the photo that way brought a quirkiness to it that was missing without. I remember … Continue reading