Found a few more examples of the old stuff. I guess you could say that I am documenting them for posterity. Eventually they will fade away, or the building will be torn down. Part of our history and culture. I hope people have better examples when they weren't so worn out.
As you can see with this one, the graffiti "artists" are starting their version of urban renewal.
I think this one says "Adams Furniture", almost gone. These two pictures are from "The Junction" in Toronto's west end.
I remember when I lived in Toronto there used to be a factory for Tip Top Tailors. Down at the base of Bathurst street. One of my cousins friends mother worked there and could make a shirt in less then a minute. Mind boggling.
I took an earlier picture with my old camera. This one is a better shot of this advertisement. You see a lot of history when you are out walking. You just have to recognize it.