Tom the backroads traveller hosts this weekly meme.
Lane names are my new obsession as I wander the city.
Laneways, also known as alleys, are narrow streets that add to the diversity of the overall public space network, supporting the fine grain character of a city. ... Laneways can work as a network for pedestrians to navigate the city and build an overall identity for the city center.
The Toronto Street Post Office, also known as Toronto's Seventh Post Office, is a heritage building.
It served as a post office until 1872 and as a government office building until 1937. It was then used by the Bank of Canada until 1959, when it became the head office of E. P. Taylor's Argus Corporation, which was subsequently controlled by Conrad Black. It was here that Conrad Black was taped removing boxes of documents from the office.