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in an attempt to help push TO past brooklyn, here are some shots i had of the CN tower from around downtown TO.
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EvilGentleman: 10th Sep 2006 - 09:58 GMT
Trust me - never state an attempt at passing a city's article count, especially Brooklyn. Peter can pump 'em out even faster than groovehouse.
Sirhcbre: 10th Sep 2006 - 14:57 GMT
Is there anywhere in To where you can't see the CN tower? It just seems so big that it should tower over evrything.
I remember being a little kid and wondering why, if the CN tower is so tall, I couldn't see it from my house in New Brunswick haha.
Kat: 15th Sep 2006 - 22:00 GMT
We are close!! Right now we're three posts away from tying with Brooklyn. I'm almost afraid to hope.
jeeff: 15th Sep 2006 - 22:54 GMT
sirhcbre - you can see it from pretty much anywhere in the city. a few years ago i went on a camping weekend to hart house farm (owned & operated by U of T). it's about an hour's drive north of the city. yet from the hill i could clearly make out the cn tower far away on the horizon. sure makes it easier to get your bearings.
Cameo: 15th Sep 2006 - 23:25 GMT
Today: looks like they are giving the windows a shine...I'm glad I'm not up there!
procyon: 11th Oct 2006 - 18:36 GMT
i love that third photo. all those crisscrossing lines in the air and on the ground.
amanda livingstone: 2nd Nov 2009 - 19:58 GMT
The elevator wary. Going up it, I had to face the back of it. Going down felt like I was going to fall and it was going to break!!
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