There are just six years between these two images. If the walls could talk in the century-old house on the northwest corner of Main Street and Kingston Road (which I took the top photo of in 2016), it would have had a lot to say.
You see, at the turn of the century Kingston and Main was the second most popular intersection in all of Toronto.
It was the east entry point of all travellers and farmers coming into the big city.
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You can’t really use the term “turn of the century” anymore. Which century?