Historic Toronto photos from November 6

There are a number of great web sites that provide historic photos from around Toronto. As I was collecting them for an interactive historic map of the city I realized that it was also interesting to find photos that were taken around the current time of the year.

If you'd like to see photos from today, you can always load this page without parameters to see the last few days worth of photos.

You can also see all the historic photos for a given neighbourhood. A subset of the photos have also been arranged by subject.

1903 Historic photo from Friday, November 6, 1903 - Sheridan Avenue brick street in Brockton VillageSheridan Avenue brick street
115 years ago - Friday, November 6, 1903 - Brockton Village
Max temp: 2.2°C - Min temp: -2.2°C (weather details)
Link to archive record - Map location (From the City of Toronto Archives)
1903 Historic photo from Friday, November 6, 1903 - Cobblestone (brick) on  Sheridan Avenue in Brockton VillageCobblestone (brick) on Sheridan Avenue
115 years ago - Friday, November 6, 1903 - Brockton Village
Max temp: 2.2°C - Min temp: -2.2°C (weather details)
Link to archive record - Map location (From the City of Toronto Archives)
1914 Historic photo from Friday, November 6, 1914 - Construction progress at the High level pumping station - smoke stack partially complete in Republic of RathnellyConstruction progress at the High level pumping station - smoke stack partially complete
(Categorized under: High level pumping station )
104 years ago - Friday, November 6, 1914 - Republic of Rathnelly
Max temp: 8.3°C - Min temp: 2.8°C (weather details)
Link to archive record - Map location (From the City of Toronto Archives)
1924 Historic photo from Thursday, November 6, 1924 - St Clair and Bathurst, showing safety loading, from boulevard in Forest HillSt Clair and Bathurst, showing safety loading, from boulevard
94 years ago - Thursday, November 6, 1924 - Forest Hill
Max temp: 18.9°C - Min temp: 6.7°C (weather details)
Link to archive record - Map location (From the City of Toronto Archives)
  

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