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~1910
2011
Streetcar on Sussex Drive in 1910
Streetcar on Sussex Drive in 1910
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Streetcar on Sussex removed. Daly Block demolished.
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In the early 1900s, Sussex Street (renamed Sussex Drive in the 1950s), was quite different.  First, Sussex Street was not the one way that we know today and cars, but mostly streetcars and horses were circulating in both directions.The Daly building, that we can see on the left on the...
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~1890
2011
Former Post Office on Sparks Street
Wellington Street in 2012
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McCord Museum
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We gave it a
-4
Car is king now. Heritage demolition.
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~1890
2012
Former bank in Old Hull
Intersection of Portage and Eddy Street
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We gave it a
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Heritage conservation. Downtown Hull disfigured with Place du portage.
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1939
2012
Roxborough Apartments on Elgin in 1939
Lord Elgin Hotel on Elgin Street in 2012
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Heritage building destroyed. Sterile green space.
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This picture was taken in 1939 just after Elgin Street was widened. Roxborough apartments (as well as many other buildings) were demolished to make room for the Confederation Park as proposed in the Greber Plan. To the far left, the First Baptist Church is hardly visible, while the Lord Elgin...
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