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The 360-degree view was made using a fisheye lens; pointing upward; while standing in the Toronto-Dominion plaza; facing the Royal Trust tower. The TD bank tower is to the left. Now; says the photographer; go around the clock and it all works out. The dark curve at the top is the one-storey TD banking pavilion. Jutting downward is the new Commence tower; with part of the old Commerce tower beside it. Next the Bank of Nova Scotia; then the new Montreal bank tower
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The 360-degree view was made using a fisheye lens; pointing upward; while standing in the Toronto-Dominion plaza; facing the Royal Trust tower. The TD bank tower is to the left. Now; says the photographer; go around the clock and it all works out. The dark curve at the top is the one-storey TD banking pavilion. Jutting downward is the new Commence tower; with part of the old Commerce tower beside it. Next the Bank of Nova Scotia; then the new Montreal bank tower

Filename: FILE_76_Toronto_Banks_565.JPG
Source: Courtesy of Toronto Public Library
Date: 1 Jan 1976
Location: Toronto ON CANADA
Credit: Toronto Star Photograph Archive
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