I am still looking for a gargoyle I noticed while driving on Yonge Street, in Toronto. I'm sure it was Yonge and on (or near) a Shopper's Drug Mart. I have seen it twice now. Both times I try to stick the location in my brain but, by the time I get back here I have forgotten just where it was. Anyway, I found a Shoppers store being demolished, during an online search. I found it on Google Maps and got the Street View. Unfortunately the work had started when the image was taken and I can't see enough to know if this was the place I saw the gargoyle.
But... across the street I noticed another old building. I thought it might have been a bank. It had that official, sturdy look. Turns out it was a post office, called a Postal Station on the building still. I screen captured images with Google Street View. Looks like it may only be the fascade of the original building now. But, it was still something to see and I'm glad it was preserved at least that much.
I'm curious about the ER and 905 on the front of the building, at the top. Was 905 the original address? It's 730 Yonge Street now. Was ER the architect?