After two years away, one thing I had to adjust to was that places I remembered as empty pits had become semi-complete skyscrapers. Such is the case with the L Tower, under construction across the street from Union Station at Yonge and Front, and it's being built with the single tallest crane in the country. You may have seen some of the photos that Robert MacFarlane, the crane's operator, has posted on his Twitter account. When you look at that same crane from the ground, you can develop a real appreciation for a vantage point like that.
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