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An 1868 View of Church Street, Toronto and a Look at the Same View Today

Take a look back in time at 1868 Church Street in Toronto, then compare it with the same view today. See how the city has changed with the help of Google Street View.
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This is a view looking north on Church Street in Toronto in 1868. The intersection is Church Street, Front Street and Wellington. Make sure you click on the image for a larger version.

Church street looking north from Front Street

Source: Toronto Public Library

And here’s the same view today on Google Street View.

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