A few photos from a sunny Monday morning back in May.
If you like extreme weather (as I do), it’s been a great summer in Winnipeg. We’ve had a little bit of everything. This was a particularly nasty day, complete with deafening thunder and nickel-sized hail.
A few photos from a lovely morning in the North End—where Coca Cola eschews its iconic red in favor of baby blue.
A few from Arlington Street in the William Whyte area.
Back from a wonderful week in Vancouver. Came home to a blizzard, but hey, such is the life of a Winnipegger.
I’m now way behind in my posting, which means there are lots of winter photos still to come. But for now, I’ve got one last batch of old ones for you. These ones are from 2009. I think. I’ve lost track. They’re either previously unedited or new edits of previously edited ones. Again, I’ve lost track.
From the top: Welcome to the North End (Nepon Auto Body, Salter Street); Chinese Food Delivery Service (McPhillips Street), McGreggor Armoury (McGreggor Street); Merchants Hotel (Selkirk Avenue); Pop Grocery (McGreggor Avenue); the old Queen’s Theatre (Selkirk Avenue); Brooklands Hotel (Keewatin Street); the old Winnipeg Airport (Wellington Avenue); and Viterra (Coulter Avenue).
Some random shots from the North End. First, a couple of shots of Winnipeg Old Country Sausage (Dufferin Avenue); Hadeda Convenience Store (Selkirk Avenue); and an abandoned corner store at McKenzie and St. John’s.
A lovely sunset illuminates the cluster of buildings at the corner of Selkirk and Salter, including Money Mart, Chochy’s, Giant Food Mart and the boldly named Accurate Washer & Appliance.
Two defunct eateries—Kelekis on Main Street, and Dingo’s on Corydon. One of them a Winnipeg institution, beloved by generations, and the other… not so much.
A couple of shots from Salter Street. The very odd-looking 246-248 Salter, followed by St. Aidan’s School.