Toronto is a city rich in architectural history. From the elegant beaux arts architecture of Union Station to modern marvels like the CN Tower, the city is full of Instagram-worthy landmarks. Last month we looked at some of these landmarks including our very own famous flatiron — the Gooderham Building — and even saw the transformation of the old Brown Derby Tavern to today’s vibrant Yonge Dundas Square.

With so many significant sites in the city, we headed back out into the streets to compare more archival photos of famous landmarks from the City and the Toronto Public Library with present day shots.

St. Lawrence Market, 1954

St. Lawrence Market, 1907

St. Lawrence Hall, 1897

Honest Ed’s, 1960s

Honest Ed’s, 1980s

Osgoode Hall, 1900

Osgoode Hall, 1925

Queens Park, 1893

Skydome, 1988

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