A lovely evening in St. Boniface and St. Vital. No interesting clouds to be found, but nice light nonetheless.
A couple of interesting structures in St. Boniface. First, Springs Christian Academy (Formerly King George V School, Youville Street, built 1915). Next, Holy Family Church (Archibald Street, built 1965), one of Etienne Gaboury’s less impressive Winnipeg buildings. In Gaboury’s defense, it looks like some unfortunate changes have been made to the building at some point over the last few years.
The imposing but lovely Isaac Brock School (Barratt Avenue, built 1913).
A couple of shots from Dakota Street—a general view from the corner of Dakota and Bishop Grandin, and a shot of Dakota Collegiate.
Polson Avenue (built 1907).
A small collection of previously unedited photos from 2008 and 2009 of the North Central area—a cluster of neighborhoods consisting of West Alexander, Logan C.P.R., Pacific Industrial, and Weston. From the top: A look down Stanley Street; Independent Fish on Sherbrook; Adolescent Parent Centre on Cecil Street; and Best Way Realty & Insurance/Driving School Ltd. on Notre Dame.
Some of the great structures near Main and Inkster, with the Luxton neighborhood on the east and St. John’s on the west. From the top: Luxton School (Polson Avenue, built 1907); Safeway (Main Street), Naleway Catering (Main Streeet featuring the best perogies in the city; Pollock’s Hardware (Main Street)—still one of the coolest places in town; New Host Restaurant/Casa Romana (Main Street); Bargains Galore (Main Street); and Love Nest (Main Street), your go-to destination for the Black & Blue Ball.
An evening stroll through the Worthington area of St. Vital. From the top: 660 Dakota; a couple of shots of Dakota Collegiate (Dakota Street); 180 Beliveau, 200 Beliveau, a couple of shots of Kearney Street, and finally a surface lot on Dakota.
A gorgeous sunset over Luxton School (Polson Avenue, built 1907).
A couple of shots from Salter Street. The very odd-looking 246-248 Salter, followed by St. Aidan’s School.
Grey Street (built 1915).