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LH2564 Construction - Downtown (13)
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
In May 1963, the Canadian National train tracks running down the middle of King Street were removed. This image shows King Street West taken from Simcoe Street. Businesses visible on the right (north) side are Pattenick's Annex, Colette Shoe Store, Burns Credit Jewellers, Adams Furniture, Rickshaw Restaurant. On the left (south) side are Hotel CEntral, Mike's Place, Chow's Chop Suey and the Hotel Lancaster
Date of Original
May 1963
Subject(s)
Local identifier
LH2564
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.90012 Longitude: -78.84957
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Location of Original
PHOTO GPC B-008 000485
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LH2564 Construction - Downtown (13)


In May 1963, the Canadian National train tracks running down the middle of King Street were removed. This image shows King Street West taken from Simcoe Street. Businesses visible on the right (north) side are Pattenick's Annex, Colette Shoe Store, Burns Credit Jewellers, Adams Furniture, Rickshaw Restaurant. On the left (south) side are Hotel CEntral, Mike's Place, Chow's Chop Suey and the Hotel Lancaster