Albert Street

1962
2015
Intersection of Wellington Street and Albert Street in Lebreton Flats in 1962
Albert Street in Lebreton Flats in 2015.
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City of Ottawa
Title: Untitled. Reference number: CA021069
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-5
Interesting intersection reduced to nothing.
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This non-common intersection from the non-square angle between Wellington and Albert Streets in Lebreton Flats has stropped existing in 1962, year at which the NCC expropriated everyone and their dog from Lebreton Flats.  Albert Street in that area was way more dynamic than what we have been used for the...
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~1920
2015
Laurentian Club at the corner of Elgin Street and Albert Street in Ottawa around 1920
Jim Flaherty Building at the corner of Elgin Street and Albert Street in Ottawa in 2015
Title: Untitled. Reference number: PA-042714
We gave it a
-5
Building with rich architectural detaisl replaced by one with "saveur du jour".
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100 votes
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Social class segregation was common in Ottawa at the turn of the previous century.  Entrance to gentlemen's club was only granted to those belonging to a certain class or profession.  Sick of that questionable behavior and frustrated that business partners and clients were excluded from those elitist clubs, three businessmen...
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~1920
2014
Former Ottawa City Hall on Elgin Street
NAC in Ottawa on Elgin Street in 2014
Title: Untitled. Reference number: No reference number provided.
We gave it a
-4
NAC which is turning its back to Elgin Street replaced a classic building & a public place
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-4.2
87 votes
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The building was located on Elgin Street between Queen and Albert Streets.The second Ottawa City Hall was destroyed by a fire in 1931...
~1931
2013
Knox Church on Elgin in 1938
Elgin street and Albert Street in Ottawa in 2013.
Title: Untitled. Reference number: No reference number provided.
We gave it a
-5
Heritage demolition. Elgin Street is way to wide nowadays.
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-4.1
53 votes
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Knox Presbyterian Church, designed by Henry Langley Architect in 1874 stood at the corner of Elgin Street and Albert Street for about 50 years when the authorities decided to widen Elgin Street between Laurier Street and Wellington Street. The King and Queen of England inaugurated the “new” Elgin when...
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