Starting off close to where I left off yesterday, I was walking along Yonge Street when this building down a side street caught my eye. It's called the Elmwood.
Returning to the route I was following, I took another shot of the garish Yonge-Dundas Square.
And then I returned inside the Eaton Centre mall.
On the west side of the Eaton Centre lies Trinity Square. A church and some historic buildings remain preserved in this spot, amid the modern architecture. This historic plaque caught my eye.
Here we have one of those historic buildings.
While here we have the church itself. The Church Of The Holy Trinity is an Anglican church with a progressive record, a Gothic revival church built in 1847. The square was quite busy when I first arrived- a fire alarm had gone off in a nearby office building- and the church wasn't open yet for the day, so I decided I'd come back. We'll have a look inside in a coming post.
Another feature in Trinity Square is a labyrinth.
Leaving Trinity Square, I paused to photograph this hydro building across the street.