Created 4-Sep-12
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We went to a party dressed as old people .... not knowing in a few years we'd actually look like this!  (October 1986)We decided to take a trip up to Toronto for a couple of days -- and, yes, we took the trolley tour.  (October 1986)This is Osgoode Hall: Osgoode Hall is a heritage building located at 130 QueenStreet West, Toronto, Ontario. This historic site is the focus for legal activity in Ontario and has garnered attention foThe gates as Osgoode Hall were designed to allow people through, but keep the cows out!  (October 1986)This is the new City Hall of Toronto.  These buildings were built in 1966. This brashly modernist structure was designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell. It fronts Nathan Phillips Square, which wasTime to head up into the CN Tower!From Wikipedia:   The most prominent landmark in Toronto, and its best known symbol, is the CN Tower. It was the world's tallest free-standing structure for 31 years,Larry wasn't too crazy about the elevator ride up to the observation deck, considering the floors were glass .... but he struck this very casual pose for the camera.  (October 1986)View of Toronto from the CN Tower, circa 1986.  (October 1986)Another view of the city from the CN Tower.  (October 1986)View looking down the observation deck of the CN Tower -- where you can see the Roy Thomson Hall .... and all those cars!  (October 1986)Here are the railroad tracks running in and out of the John Street Roundhouse in downtown Toronto.   (October 1986)And here's a street view of the Roy Thomson Hall.From Wikipedia: Roy Thomson Hall is a concert hall located at 60 Simcoe Street in Toronto, Ontario. It is the home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra an

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