View from the top of Toronto

Robert MacFarlane operates the crane at the top of the L Tower crane in downtown Toronto. At 214 metres above the ground it's currently the highest free-standing crane in Canada. This is what the city looks like from his view point.

Looking south over the harbour

The view from MacFarlane's cab when it is just above the clouds.

Sunrise over Lake Ontario

The L Tower crane from Lakeshore Blvd.

The skyline of Niagara Falls

Looking straight down

Looking straight up from 214 metres below on The Esplanade

Looking staight down

Along the side of the L Tower

Looking south over the harbour

Robert MacFarlane stands in front of the L Tower crane

Mississauga

The L Tower is seen in front of the CN Tower

Roof workers

Looking out at the bank towers in downtown Toronto.

Above a birds' eye view

The view of the boom from the cab.

Looking west on a cloudy day

The CN Tower shortly after the sun sets

Looking west

Looking west

Looking at the Eastern Gap and the Leslie Spit.

A cold day in Toronto

A plane is about to land at Billy Bishop Airport on the Toronto Island

Looking south over the harbour

Humber Bay

Lake Ontario on a sunny day

A plane is about to land at Billy Bishop Airport on the Toronto Island

Sunrise over Lake Ontario

The Docks and the Portlands in Toronto

Working on the new Union Station roof