Pandora Avenue West. I literally got laughed at by the on-duty guard at Transcona Shops when I was taking this photo. Oh well—such is the life of a Winnipeg photographer.
It may be cheesy, but Club Regent is a welcome burst of colour on a rather grey stretch of Regent Avenue.
Regent Avenue. I love this guy.
I really like the Old Transcona Downtown strip, and the Kern Park neighborhood in general. It’s full of interesting structures, and really feels like it’s an independent little town (which it once was). From the top: The Royal George Hotel (Regent Avenue); Trancona Historical Museum (Regent Avenue, built 1927); St. Michael’s Catholic Church (Day Street); Whistle Pig Drive Inn (Victoria Avenue East); the impressive Archambault Pavilion (Regent Avenue); and finally, a little further off the main strip, another unusual church by Etienne Gaboury, Blessed Sacrement Church (Wabasha Street, built 1966).