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19th-century schooner uncovered in Toronto

Parts of a 19th-century schooner have been uncovered during construction at Toronto's waterfront. It the ship’s day, everything south of Front St. would have been underwater, with several wharves jutting into the lake, the largest of which was the Queen’s Wharf, a major commercial hub built in 1833. “We suspect this ship

Toronto archaeological site to be plowed for new condos

A 19th century site that shows evidence of Toronto's railway boom is set to be demolished for the construction of new condominiums. The dig, adjacent to the Bathurst Street bridge south of Front Street, uncovered the foundations of part of a giant cruciform-shaped building that in the 1850s housed the steam