Bell Building -1929

A rendering from 1929 showing the Bell Telephone Building planned for Goyeau. The million dollar building was built to the utilized solely for the modern dial system service. The new building was designed to take care of 14,000 subscribers in addition to the subscribers served by the Seneca Exchange and half of the Burnside Exchange. The new budling is to be ready for occupancy in less than a year (1930).

The Bell building on Goyeau was designed by Bell Canada staff architect Frederick J Macnab. The building was fully digitized in 1993, moving away from the mechanical switching equipment. The use of the building shrunk, the addition on the north side of the building has become part of the hospital next door, and CTV TV studios have moved into the building as well. The building was a site on the doors open 2003, below are a few picture from that day.

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