Street map of Toronto published in 1875. Streets are labelled by name and major landmarks can be seen, including Queen's Park, the University of Toronto, and Union Station. Rivers and streams are outlined. Railways are outlined and marked with the names of major railway companies that served the region. St Patrick's Ward and St Lawrence's Ward are coloured green.
Lots belonging to the Jno. Thomson Esq'r., in the Town of Invermara between Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchaching, approximately 1843. A line through the lots shows where a railway junction is proposed. There are handwritten notes on various lots. Streets and bodies of water are named. There is a large compass rose around the middle of the map.