I left off yesterday close to this location. Campbell House dates to 1822, built for Sir William Campbell and his wife. Campbell was chief justice of what was Upper Canada at the time. The house was moved here in the 1970s and turned into a local history museum.
I kept heading west along Queen Street. One of the side streets looking south has a good view of the iconic CN Tower, looking quite brooding against that sky- but the clouds weren't going to last long.
Then I started heading back the way I came. This utility box on Queen Street caught my eye.
I headed in the general direction of Trinity Square, which neighbours the Eaton Centre. This sculpture is inside an office building that borders the square.
And this one is right outside that office building.
Trinity Square includes some historic architecture, such as the Church of the Holy Trinity.
Here we have a view elsewhere in the square of a heritage building here.
It was time for me to get back to Union Station for my train. Here in the station (which is still seeing some renovation work being done) I paused to photograph some of the details.
I stepped back out front. The Royal York Hotel is across the street from Union Station. This fierce looking fellow guards one of the access points.
And so I had another perspective of the CN Tower, much brighter under mid-day sunlight. Union Station is down at lower left. Tomorrow I'm starting with Winterlude here in the national capital region.