A lovely foggy morning from way back in late October.
A look at the corner of Waterfront Drive and Heaton, technically in Point Douglas, but for all intents and purposes, a northern extension of the Exchange District. Currently, the highlight of this little nook is 61 Heaton (first three photos), but by this time next year, it’s likely that will change.
Yup, more old ones from the archives—some previously unedited, and some reedited. From the top: A couple from the basement of the Downtown Bay before Zeller’s moved in (I’m sure the emptiness down there these days is even more…empty); Westminster Avenue in the heart of Wolseley, Vulcan Ironworks, along with some junked cars on the south side of the building; Fire Roses Flour/Ogilve Mills; St. Boniface Post Office; the alley just north of Princess and McDermot; and teepees at The Forks.
Higgins Avenue. That’s The King’s Hotel in the top two photos, followed by the Disraeli Bridge and Mattress Warehouse.
One of Winnipeg’s great living time machines—Mitchell Fabrics on Main Street at Logan.
A look at Logan Avenue, just south of Main Street.
Henry Avenue. A beautiful building, somewhat hidden on a secluded stretch of Henry Avenue.
Some scenes from Main Street. Union Bank Building (built 1904), and a couple of bus stop shots—one in front of The Tallest Poppy and one in front of Thunderbird House (built 2000).
Maple St. North and Sutherland (Point Douglas, 1874). New edit of a photo from 2008.