St Andrew’s Market in 1932 and 2023

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Looking southwest along Richmond St W between Brant St and Maud St, in the Fashion District of Toronto. The archive photo shows St Andrew’s Market, which once occupied a large portion of the block. In 1932, the market was torn down and replaced with the Water Works Building. Notice the roadside gas pump. Today, the heritage-designated façade of the former Water Works Building has been incorporated into the new mixed-use building called Waterworks Toronto.

January 5, 1932/2023 – Looking southwest along Richmond St W between Brant St and Maud St, in the Fashion District of Toronto. The archive photo shows St Andrew's Market, which once occupied a large portion of the block. In 1932, the market was torn down and replaced with the Water Works Building. Notice the roadside gas pump. Today, the heritage-designated façade of the former Water Works Building has been incorporated into the new mixed-use building called Waterworks Toronto
January 5, 1932/2023 – Looking southwest along Richmond St W between Brant St and Maud St, in the Fashion District of Toronto (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1231, Item 51)
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