The Topper Linen Building, new sections – Mulock Avenue

54 Junction Rd, Toronto, houses a long life Junction business, named Topper Linen. One of few remaining industrial companies in the Junction.

Started on Fern Avenue in 1956 when Topper Linen and Uniform Service by the founder Ed Topornicki and now run by his son, the company moved to Mulock Avenue after buying a lot and building a 5000-square-foot laundry plant.

Looking for a bit of Junction history walk by this plant and you can also feel the history.

The new section of the Topper Linen business, built to match the older section to the east.
Complete Topper Linen facility buildings, all in one photo.
A view inside a part of the newly constructed building segment.
Though the door into a mechanical area of the new building section.


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