Union Station 1924 0100

 

While Union Station did not open until 1927, parts of it were still functioning. This image, courtesy the Toronto Archives, was originally printed in the June 21, 1924 edition of the Globe, with the caption, "SOME WAIT FOR MAIL AND OTHERS FOR JOBS; b.: Scene at the Postoffice in the new Union Station yesterday afternoon. Job-seekers who are offering their services as strike-breakers are / seen sitting on the wall in foreground, while beyond is a queue of business people calling for important letters which are held up by the strike of postal employees."

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Union Station 1929-2000

 

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