Old City Hall – 1913 & 2022

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Looking northeast towards Old City Hall and York County Court House, serving today as an Ontario Court of Justice courthouse, located at 60 Queen St W in downtown Toronto. Construction began in 1889, and after many delays, it was completed a decade later. Architect Edward James Lennox designed the Richardson Romanesque-style building. In 1965, the building became a dedicated courthouse when the new Toronto City Hall opened. The building received heritage status from the city in 1973.

1913/2022 - Looking northeast towards Old City Hall and York County Court House, serving today as an Ontario Court of Justice courthouse, located at 60 Queen St W in downtown Toronto. Construction began in 1889, and after many delays, it was completed a decade later. Architect Edward James Lennox designed the Richardson Romanesque-style building. In 1965, the building became a dedicated courthouse when the new Toronto City Hall opened. The building received heritage status from the city in 1973
1913/2022 – Looking northeast towards Old City Hall and York County Court House, serving today as an Ontario Court of Justice courthouse, located at 60 Queen St W in downtown Toronto (City of Toronto Archives, Series 372, Sub Series 32, Item 187)
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