St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church at the corner of Toronto's King and Simcoe Streets opened for worship in 1876.
The other three corners of the intersection held Government House, Upper Canada College, and a popular tavern.
The four corners were known as Legislation, Education, Damnation and Salvation.
St. Andrew's is surrounded by modern buildings now. To the far right is Metro Hall, and the curved silver roof visible just right of the church is Roy Thomson Hall, home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Government House and Upper Canada College no longer exist at this location, but there are still plenty of taverns. This is the heart of Toronto's downtown theatre district.
On the utility pole just to the right of the church, you'll see a poster advertising "The Sound of Music" currently on stage at the Princess of Wales Theatre.
That's where I was headed when I took this shot.