|Caledonia Owl :: August 23, 2008|
|(A duplicate today.) Like I said yesterday, here is one of a pair of owl sculptures out front the public works building at Caledonia and Lawrence Ave west. I have no idea why this building in particular has such wonderful art outside -- it is a pumping station built back in 1958 -- but in 2004 there was a recomendation that it be added to the City of Toronto Inventory of Heritage Properties (see this PDF with all the details, including a description of the building).|
I've also added a few other shots over on my Flickr account.
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(This photo Caledonia Owl was taken at Caledonia and Lawrence West in Toronto, Ontario on 2006-01-10 )
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