Leuty Lifeguard Station, 1920 Chapman & Oxley architects, Toronto Beaches

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The Leuty Lifeguard Station is one of the most photographed building of The Beaches. Built in 1920 by Chapman and Oxley architects. Almost destroyed in the 1980's, local residents banded together to have the structure restored, eventually getting a historical designation.

The station has also been credited with saving more than 6000 lives, which I find unbelievable. How can a building save lives....?


Restored in 1993, when the tower was added.

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Stathis Chionidis on September 10, 2013

Wonderful scenery, nice view and capture.LIKE.Best wishes.Stathis

Massimo Zanderin (Ma… on September 12, 2013

Beautiful view.

Nicodemos Rosa on September 12, 2013

Beautiful picture. like-5 Greetings from Brazil.

Shain Paiment No Vie… on October 27, 2013

excellent shot F+L

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Photo taken in Beaches Park, 77 Kew Beach Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
Beaches Park

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  • Uploaded on June 10, 2010
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    by Tomros - undecided n…
    • Camera: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. FE20,X15,C25
    • Taken on 2010/05/29 18:29:36
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/640)
    • Focal Length: 6.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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