Bathurst street looking north to Front.
The City of Toronto decked out for the holidays.
There's an ample number of photographers taking pretty pictures of pleasant scenes, so I don't generally feel the need to join their ranks. This is a rare photo for me: no graffiti, no urban wildlife, and everything in it still works for its original purpose.
US Army mikado #195, built in 1943 by Baldwin Locomotive Works. Originally intended for export to India, it was one of eleven steam engines that Baldwin converted to the three-foot gauge used by the White Pass and Yukon Route.
Taken underneath the Bathurst Street Bridge, where street kids lived until the adjacent warehouse was demolished.
According to the developer, the future condos are "designed to be an exclusive retreat where people just like you can refresh and renew in an urban waterfront getaway."