Friday, April 24, 2020
I first posted a pic of the Summerhill LCBO back in September 2010 (HERE) and thought it was time to revisit it. After yesterday's pic I walked under the railway bridge and emerged to take this pic of the main entrance. Built in 1916 to be The North Toronto Railway Station, the building quit that function in 1930 and most of its exterior was covered by boarding as it operated as a Beer Store & a LCBO outlet. In 2004 it was beautifully restored and is now the largest liquor store in Canada. The tower is 140 ft tall and can be seen from far away as you walk along Yonge St which is Toronto's main street.