McCaul Street isn't a particularly prominent road in Toronto. It may be most important now for providing access to the Ontario College of Art and Design - that weird structure that looks like a shoebox balanced on pencil crayons - and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Two streetcar routes that enter downtown from the east loop here, as well.
This photo was taken in May 2008, and the nature of the street has changed slightly since then. McCaul Variety is very much out of business, and the removal of its signs has revealed old, wooden "McCaul Cigar" signage that looks fifty years old.
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