Sunday, December 21, 2014

Back In Time

Another post from the Christmas Market at the Distillery District gives a bit of a view of some of the 40 heritage-designated buildings found on the 13 acre site. This is the largest collection of Victorian-aged industrial buildings in North America although now they all house shops, galleries, studios, & restaurants rather than the Godderham & Worts distillery. The stalls for the market are set up along the 10 pedestrian streets running through the area. I was too early on a Sunday morning to try some mulled wine, unfortunately.

20 comments:

Lowell said...

The Distillery District sounds like a very nice place. I have a feeling I would visit quite often. The Xmas market looks quite festive...I like how the booths are similar or the same and the row of street lamps is very cool. The whole scene looks very cool - in at least two ways! :)

Laura. M said...

Good Christmas atmosphere. Merry Christmas, Pat:)))
Besos.

TexWisGirl said...

how neat.

Gosia k said...

Victorian era is very interesting period as well houses

Gosia k said...

Victorian era is very interesting period as well houses

Sharon Anck said...

It looks like a very attractive area. I love the red brick.

VP said...

A very nice place!

EG CameraGirl said...

I had no idea the Distillery District was the largest collection of Victorian-aged industrial buildings in N.A. You are teaching me so much about Toronto. :)

Revrunner said...

Sounds like some place out of a storybook.

cieldequimper said...

What? There's no such thing as too early for mulled wine!!! The place looks really lovely!

Stephanie said...

The street must look nice in the evening with the lights on.

Andy said...

Another reason for me to take a trip to Toronto.

Jack said...

A good setting for a Christmas market.

William Kendall said...

I've only passed by the area, never walked around it. I'll have to remedy that!

Randy said...

Nice shot. I'll bet that is a fun market.

Cloudia said...

What a treasure trove for pictures!
This one but scratches the surface




ALOHA from Honolulu
ComfortSpiral
<3

Michelle said...

Looks like a fun spot to do a little wandering!

Luis Gomez said...

Lovely!

llandudnopictures said...

I imagine there are lots of interesting things to pick up as gifts!

Mike @ A Bit About Britain said...

Looks like a fun place to be. Too early in that they weren't selling it yet, or just a little too close to breakfast?!