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St. Mary Catholic Church, Collingwood - 1888
Collingwood downtown. J. Beaty c. 1890. Mural by Beverley Smith - 2000
Wasaga Beach. Away from the city in the city of cottages!
Massey Hall - 1894, the black & white side of entertainment.
'The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre' 1913 - 2013 (so far). The last film shown in 1981 was entitled "What the Swedish Butler Saw"
Who cares for all the fashion? I will wear black!
For Your Eyes Only - Windows wide shut! On King Street West.
Formerly the Queens Hotel, Unionville. "Seen it All" since 1871.
Collingwood Railway Station. Replica of 1873 building.
Collingwood Harbour on Lake Huron
Wasaga beach. A place for one or 10,000!
Four Legs Good; Two Legs Better. Is that, what George Orwell meant??
Elgin Theatre Hallway. 1913-2013 so far! The V.I.P. Entrance.
Urban Angel. When doctors fail, there is still some hope... Toronto's $49.00 "Michelangelo"?
It is a Dog eats Dog world! Welcome to Toronto, where all colours are beautifully mixed together and living in harmony. (more or less).
Old Unionville Church. God has left the building. Not serving any religious purposes since 1925. Available! For sale!
Collingwood Railway Station. The train has left this station long time ago and is not coming back.
Collingwood Harbour. Grain elevator from 1929.
Wasaga Beach, Ontario. 14 km of sand, but no palm trees.
King Street west. Some of the few remaining industrial buildings. The extra image is from the roof of a parked Toyota.
The Bank Vault in One King Street West.
Wheat Sheaf Tavern, Toronto tradition since 1849. The old meaning of wired world.
Maple Leaf Gardens. Frozen Burger where frozen hockey puck used to fly. Hockey Arena 1931-1999. Now, no ticket is required to enter!
Blue House with flowers & nice pair of legs. Unionville, Ont. - 1880. Formerly a Barber shop, shoe store, library, taxidermy.
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