Tuesday, February 5, 2013

History & Graffiti on Croft Street

On Facebook, I've got some photos of Croft Street I took this fall. It's really not much more than a laneway, running between Harbord and College just east of Bathurst. It's one of the best places to go graffiti watching in Toronto, has a neat modernist laneway house, and was named after one Mr. Croft, who accidentally blew himself up while dynamiting rubble after the Great Fire of 1904. You can check out the photos and more info on Facebook (whether or not you have an account) here. And you can read my old post about the Great Fire here.

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