Great Toronto Fire of 1904
Just by coincidence, I went last week to catch 3 murals commemorating the huge fire of 1904 that burned down an enormous section of downtown Toronto and was the largest fire ever in the city. I didn't realize then that the fire started on April 19 so this is the anniversary week of the fire that destroyed over 100 buildings! This mural is on the back of a building facing out onto Croft St which is a laneway where I have shown you many laneway houses in the past. 2 more murals to come.
This mural is fantastic, despite all the tragedy.
Well, all the murals you post here are great, I don't think we have so many around here.
Thank you Red Pat!..
Always hungry ;)
It's a really neat mural.
Great mural, really like it!
wonderful, great colours,,,M
What a colorful, interesting and meaningful mural, Redpat.
Bright and beautiful!
Always enjoy a good mural... one with a historical slant, even better.
The colours are beautiful...but the event was not. I didn't realize April 19th was the anniversary of the fire.
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