McCaul Street 0200


This picture is of the same corner as above, but looking in the opposite direction. It illustrates how much McCaul Street has changed, and how much it has stayed the same. The Art Gallery and the Ontario College of Art has replaced the houses you see in the first shot. The large brick buildings are still there, however, as is St Patrick's Church, although what used to be a corner store on the northeast corner of the street is now a bustling Second Cup.

Many of you recognize the Henry Moore sculpture in this picture. A better slide-set for children has never been invented...

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McCaul Street Track Reconstruction


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