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Logan Avenue

217 Logan Avenue.

Chinese Dramatic Society (Logan Avenue).

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That Red and White Building at King and Rupert

King and Rupert.

King and Rupert.

King and Rupert.

Sigh. There was a time in Winnipeg Love Hate’s history when I used to actually look these things up.

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Downtown: May 4, 2017

Rorie Street.

Rorie Street/

King and Rupert.

Salvation Army Citadel (Rupert Street).

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Main Street

Hotel McLaren (Main Street).

Cree-Ations (Main Street).

“We built all the roads and the schools that you take for granted” (behind Main Street).

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Genser’s Furniture Warehouse

Genser’s Furniture Warehouse (Ross Avenue).

Genser’s Furniture Warehouse (Ross Avenue).

Genser’s Furniture Warehouse (Ross Avenue).

After a tear-down on Ross Avenue, this old signage for Genser’s Furniture made a brief appearance. Once the lot was cleaned up, work began on a new new building that will likely conceal it for another 50 years.

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Downtown: May 3, 2016

Chateau 100 (Donald Street).

Chateau 100 (Donald Street).

Chateau 100 (Donald Street).

Chateau 100 (Donald Street).

River Walk (near the Donald Bridge).

River Walk (near the Donald Bridge).

Foot of the Donald Bridge (Donald Street).

Foot of the Donald Bridge (Donald Street).

Rorie Street/CMHR (Waterfront Drive).

Rorie Street/CMHR (Waterfront Drive).

Jong Jing Asian Food Restaurant (Pacific Avenue).

Jong Jing Asian Food Restaurant (Pacific Avenue).

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Chinatown Megapost

Foon Hai (William Avenue).

Foon Hai (William Avenue).

Buffalo Farm Equipment (view from King Street).

Buffalo Farm Equipment (view from King Street).

Certified Appraiser (Princess Street).

Certified Appraiser (Princess Street).

Ross Avenue.

Ross Avenue.

Surface lot (Elgin Avenue).

Surface lot (Elgin Avenue).

Surface Lot (Elgin Avenue).

Surface Lot (Elgin Avenue).

280 Princess Street.

280 Princess Street.

Kush for Mayor (Behind Ross).

Kush for Mayor (Behind Ross).

Sam Po Dim Sum (Pacific Avenue).

Sam Po Dim Sum (Pacific Avenue).

Behind Ross Avenue.

Behind Ross Avenue.

Climiate Controlled (Elgin Avenue).

Climiate Controlled (Elgin Avenue).

Couches (Ross Avenue).

Couches (Ross Avenue).

Public Safety Building (Princess Street).

Public Safety Building (Princess Street).

148 Adelaide.

148 Adelaide.

Golden Terrace (King Street).

Golden Terrace (King Street).

City Hall Clock (Main Street)/Lantern (Pacific Avenue).

City Hall Clock (Main Street)/Lantern (Pacific Avenue).

Golden City (Pacific Avenue).

Golden City (Pacific Avenue).

Public Safety Building (Princess Street).

Public Safety Building (Princess Street).

City Hall (Main Street).

City Hall (Main Street).

King Street.

King Street.

Red River College (Princess Street).

Red River College (Princess Street).

Main Street.

Main Street.

4724-6 (Princess Street).

4724-6 (Princess Street).

Buffalo Farm Equipment (Princess Street).

Buffalo Farm Equipment (Princess Street).

Princess Street.

Princess Street.

Princess Street.

Princess Street.

Princess Street.

Princess Street.

Winnipeg Furniture Services (Princess Street).

Winnipeg Furniture Services (Princess Street).

293 Princess Street.

293 Princess Street.

Logan Avenue.

Logan Avenue.

The results of a long walk through Chinatown (and the Civic Centre area) back in late March.

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Chinatown after a Storm

King and Pacific

King and Pacific

Kum Koon Garden, King Street

Kum Koon Garden, King Street

Kum Koon Garden, King Street

Kum Koon Garden, King Street

King's Palace, King Street

King’s Palace, King Street

Jing Jing Restaurant, Behind Main Street

Jing Jing Restaurant, Behind Main Street

Looking south from Pacific Avenue

Looking south from Pacific Avenue

Chinatown

Chinatown

Looking south from Logan Avenue

Looking south from Logan Avenue

Princess Street

Princess Street

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Neon Factory

Neon Factory (Main Street)

Neon Factory (Main Street)

Turksish Baths sign (originally from the Alexandria Hotel), Neon Factory (Main Street)

Turksish Baths sign (originally from the Alexandria Hotel), Neon Factory (Main Street)

Neon Factory (Main Street)

Neon Factory (Main Street)

Neon Factory (Main Street)

Neon Factory (Main Street)

C. Kelekis signage, Neon Factory (Main Street)

C. Kelekis signage, Neon Factory (Main Street)

Original C. Kelekis signage, Neon Factory (Main Street)

Original C. Kelekis signage, Neon Factory (Main Street)

Shanghai Restaurant signage, Neon Factory (Main Street)

Shanghai Restaurant signage, Neon Factory (Main Street)

Neon Factory (Main Street)

Neon Factory (Main Street)

Every now and then I try to pop into the Neon Factory (Main Street north of Alexander). They make it easy—they open their doors to the public on most Saturdays (at least in the summer)—and it’s definitely worth the trip; with signs from many of Winnipeg’s great institutions including Shanghai and Kelekis restaurants, The Blue Note Cafe, and the Alexandria Hotel, the Neon Factory is as close to a Winnipeg History Museum as this city has got.

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Chinatown

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A few this morning from Chinatown, specifically King Street. From the top: A crusty parking lot for Marigold Restaurant; Buffalo Farm Equipment Supply; a couple from Kum Koom Garden; King’s Palace Restaurant; and Sum Hay Restaurant.

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A Couple from Chinatown

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Top: You can take away the restaurant, and you can even take away the building. But by golly, you can never take away the parking. It’s a Winnipeg Tradition. Bottom: Sumhay at the corner of King and Logan.

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Winnipeg Antiques & Collectibles Market

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A look inside Winnipeg Antiques & Collectibles Market on Princess Street.

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J. Werier & Co. Ltd.

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Princess Street. A look inside the anachronism that is J. Werier & Co. Ltd., where you’ll find used office equipment alongside teacups, vintage clowns and stuffed weasels, among other things. If you’ve never been, this place is worth checking out. If for nothing else, go to check out the massive, vertigo-inducing open elevator shaft.

Some further reading on the Werier empire can be found here.

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King’s Palace

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Two shots of the same place—one without flash, and one with it. I can’t decide which one I like better. The flash shot has a lot more pop, but there’s something kind of bleak about the non-flash shot that grabs me. The younger me probably would have swapped out the illuminated one-way shot in the flash photo, but…no time for that these days.

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Morning Light

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Some crisp early morning light in Downtown Winnipeg. First, the Patterson GlobalFoods Institute (William Avenue), followed by The Bathgate Block (Princes Street).

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