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Night View CN Tower and Union Station Toronto
An evening view along Front Street in Toronto. In view are Union Station, Fairmont Royal York and a colorful lighted CN Tower.
King George VI 1937 Coronation menu at Royal York in Toronto
Photo of King George VI and the Royal York May 13th 1937 menu. This photo is of a window display outside the front of the Royal York Hotel in Toronto.
|Photo Specific Links:||George VI of the United Kingdom in wikipedia|
| ||from site: George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur George; 14 December 1895 – 6 February 1952) was King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth from 11 December 1936 until his death. He was the last Emperor of India, and the first Head of the Commonwealth.|
| ||King George VI Coronation Medal|
| ||from site: Featured on the obverse are the conjoined effigies of King George VI And Queen Elizabeth, crowned and robed, facing left. The rim is not raised on this medal and there is no legend.|
Royal York under construction.
Photo of Fairmont Royal Hotel under construction in 1928. Original photo taken October 18, 1928. Previous hotel on site was the Queens Hotel, which was demolished September 1927. Display on Mezzanine at the Royal York.
1920's Photo of Toronto Union Station
1920's Photo of Toronto Union Station. Located at Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto on Front Street.
|2011 Links:||The year 2011 at Wikipedia|
|from site: 2011 (MMXI) was a common year that started on a Saturday in the Gregorian calendar. It was the 2011th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations; the 11th year of the 3rd millennium and of the 21st century; and the 2nd of the 2010s.|
|Canada Links:||Canada - Wikipedia|
|Government of Canada Site|
|Official web site for the Government of Canada.|
|Front Street Links:||Front Street Toronto - Wikipedia|
|from site: Front Street is an east-west road in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The street marks the rough outline of the shoreline of Lake Ontario as it existed during the original English settlement of York, then called Palace Street, named in honour of the second Parliament Buildings of Upper Canada or Palace of Parliament at the corner of Front and Parliament Street. The current shoreline is about 800 metres south as much of the inner harbour was filled in the late 19th and early 20th cen|
|Ontario Links:||Government of Ontario, Canada|
|Official Governtment site for the province of Ontario.|
|Toronto Links:||City of Toronto - Wikipedia|
|from site: Toronto is the most populous city in Canada, and the capital of the province of Ontario. In 2011, Toronto had a population of 2,615,060, making it the fourth most populous city in North America, after Mexico City, New York City, and Los Angeles. The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is the most populous metropolitan area in Canada, with 5,583,064 people living in the census metropolitan area as of 2011. Classified as an alpha global c|
|toronto.ca | Official website for the City of Toronto|
|from site: New to the city? How to get there, what to do and where to go. Enjoy special events, explore city museums, cultural centres, and shop in downtown's underground walkway|
|Toronto Union Station Links:||Toronto Union Station - wikipedia|
|from site: Union Station is the major inter-city rail station and a major commuter rail hub in Toronto, located on Front Street West and occupying the south side of the block bounded by Bay Street and York Street in the central business district. The station building is owned by the City of Toronto, while the trainshed and trackage is owned by the commuter rail operator GO Transit. Serving 200,000 passengers a day, it is the busiest passenger transportation facility in Canada.|
|Toronto Union Station at Toronto.ca|
|from site: It is the busiest passenger transportation facility in Canada, serving approximately quarter of a million passengers each day.|
|Union Station - History at Toronto.ca|
|from site: In the late 19th century, many small rail companies served Canadian cities and built their own rail stations in each city they served. The opportunity to combine forces in Toronto came as a result of the great fire in 1904.|
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