on 25 Aug in the Globe and Mail Toronto section there was a spread on the former lands of Canadian Kodak. abreviated text follows: Once called Kodak Heights, at Black Creek and Eglington - a world unto itself. Had its own theatre groups, fire station, and generating plant. At its high point of over a centrury of production it made more than 350 kilometers of 35mm film a day. The final day of production was June 29 2005. Building 13 was the last building on the complex to be torn down. It was once Kodak's main manufacturing facility for black and white professional films in the world. Here blocks of silver would be dissilved in hydrocloric acid, mixed with tissues of animal, and coated onto paper and acetate so the world could create pictures. Photos were by Robert Burley. He has facinating photos on his web site of the interior of the faciliy prior to its demolition.