Today's Exhibition Loop was the third to serve Exhibition Place with streetcars arriving from Bathurst Street.. A History of Exhibition and Fleet Loops. Other articles where Exhibition Place is discussed: Canadian National Exhibition: The fair is staged at Exhibition Place, a venue that covers about 200 acres (80 hectares) west of downtown Toronto, on the shore of Lake Ontario. Exhibition Place is best known as a fairground, but soon the sprawling 192-acre site on Toronto’s lake shore could also become a testing ground for forward-thinking transportation technology. New turf was installed in 1985. The idea of the Great Exhibition originated with Henry Cole, an artist, and inventor. It was "the place" where people came to experience the latest innovations in technology and commercial products as well as performances by many of the leading artists of the time. History Aerial view of Exhibition Place and Ontario Place. Founded in 1879, as the Toronto Industrial Exhibition, the CNE has enjoyed a distinguished history as a "showcase of the nation". FORFEIT: 193 EXHIBITION ROCKET. Toronto Argonauts History at Exhibition Place It had been a long time since the Double Blue tasted the fresh air of the Exhibition Place grounds, prior to this season. The property was purchased from Canada Post for $60 million and work on the $288 million dollar Air Canada Centre began in 1998. 93 EXHIBITION WEST EXPRESS (1988-2002). SURFACE: Monsanto Astroturf of 160,000 square feet was the largest artificial playing surface in North America. Canadian National Exhibition Grandstand Performers From 1948-1994 (Please note: this list may not be complete) (courtesy CNE Records and Archives) 1896 – Magnificent Spectacular Production 1917 – Stars of the Hippodrome & Circus World 1923 – Georgeous Cleopatra Spectacle & Grand Opera in Coliseum After consideration of multiple sites in Toronto, including Exhibition Place, North York Centre, Bay and Wellesley, and Bay and Dundas, the Postal Delivery Building was selected for its large site and central location. Since moving into the Skydome – now the Rogers Centre – in 1989, the franchise has won a total of five Grey Cup Championships, the most recent coming in 2012 at home. Heritage Images/Getty Images. History Infrastructure. It hosts over 350 events a year and attracts 5.3 million visitors annually. South: Lakeshore Boulevard and Exhibition Place; East: New Brunswick Way and CNE Amusement Park; SCOREBOARD: Built by Stewart-Warner, installed in 1978, was 41 feet high and 131 feet long. Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art presents a wide variety of Indigenous voices and experiences through more than 75 artworks dating from the early 19th century to the present. Exhibition Place is a special and unique waterfront asset located in the City of Toronto. VIDEO: CNE Buses in 1970 (Courtesy CNE Archives) Toronto's Exhibition Place is a 192 acre fairground located on the shores of Lake Ontario west of Strachan Avenue, east of Dunn Avenue and south of the Gardiner Expressway.
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