Histographs – Then and Now Images of Toronto

Histographs show what Toronto looked like then, a century ago, and now. Based on images marked “public domian” and “no permission required to use” from the Toronto Archives, histographs are a mashup of an image from the archives onto which a photograph of the present day view of the same place has been superimposed.

Bathurst street bridge then and now Toronto  histograph
Bathurst Street and Front Street bridge then (1910) and now in Toronto, A histograph
CNR engine 2499, looking east.towards Strachan Ave 1955 with CN Tower
CNR tracks, looking east.towards Strachan Ave 1955 with CN Tower- A Toronto Histograph
Flatiron building from Font looking West in1873
Coffin Block Flatiron Building on Font Street looking West in 1873 – A Toronto Histograph

Images are available for purchase as prints, as editorial, for advertising, and for exhibitions and installation. Editorial text available.