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Sparks and Metcalfe Intersection in 1951
South-East Corner of Sparks and Metcalfe
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1938
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Rideau Street in 1938 with the Corry Block and Daly.
Car hub on Rideau Street in 2013
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The Daly building and the Corry Block are no longer.  They had quite an impact on the area....
1951
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Urban regression at Frank and Elgin with the Scotia Bank
Scotia Bank at Elgin and Frank Street
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Urbsite
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Here is an example of regression of the urban landscape: a multi-purpose building (dwelling and store) is replaced by a smaller, single-purpose building....
1938
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Rideau Street with the Daly Building and the Corry Block
Rideau Street in 2013 without the Daly Building and the Corry Block
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The block on the left-hand side has been demolished to increase traffic flow. Daly Block demolished
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Everybody knows the Daly building on the right-hand side of the photo. The Corry Block where the sign "Banque Canadienne Nationale" is on the left-hand side.  The NCC decided to tear down both buildings, and many others, to increase car flow into the area.  They had the clever idea of creating...
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