Sunday, June 28 – 1:30 PM JAMES ELLIS: ARCHITECT OF THE JUNCTION James Ellis was the premier architect of Toronto Junction. His work defined the railway town: its schools, houses of worship, homes and civic buildings. Discover the work of this remarkable architect, reflecting the social fabric of the Junction, as we visit buildings he designed, knew, and frequented. LEADERS: West Toronto Junction Historical Society START POINT: SW corner of Keele St and Dundas St W FINISH POINT: Junction Shul, Congregation Knesseth Israel, 56 Maria St LENGTH: Approx. 2 hours FOCUS: Historical, architectural DIFFICULTY: Flat pavement, some slopes, 6 stairs at last stop.
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