Booth Street

1962
2015
The 90 Booth Street in Lebreton Flats, Ottawa in 1962
The 90 Booth Street in Lebreton Flats, Ottawa in 1962
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City of Ottawa
Title: Untitled. Reference number: CA020950
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The NCC expropriated and let Lebreton Flats sits empty for 50 years.
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The 90 Booth Street was located at the corner of Booth Street and Oregon Street. It was located more or less where the Canadian War Museum is nowadays.  The 2015 photos gives a nice preview of what the big heads at the NCC have for the Flats:  roads as wide as rivers and...
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1962
2015
594 Wellington Street at Lebreton Flats in Ottawa in 1962
594 Wellington Street at Lebreton Flats in Ottawa in 1962
sources
City of Ottawa
Title: Untitled. Reference number: CA021041
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The NCC expropriated and let Lebreton Flats sits empty for 50 years.
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83 votes
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The 594 Wellington Street was located on the south side of Wellington Street, about 100 meters east of Booth Street.  The 2015 photo was taken last May and the current site has substantially changed as it has been excavated by several tens of meters to make room for the new...
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1962
2015
Former light industrial building located at 49 Booth Street in Lebreton Flats, Ottawa
Future temporary park planned by the NCC.
sources
City of Ottawa
Title: Untitled. Reference number: CA020822
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The NCC expropriated and let Lebreton Flats sits empty for 50 years.
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72 votes
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The 49 Booth Street in Lebreton Flats was occupied by a light industrial building, probably a production centre for the J.H. Connor & Son washing machines if we relate to the advertisement on the North side of the building.Booth Street is currently under massive redesign to host the new LRT...
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1962
2015
Former intersection of Duke and Booth Street in Lebreton Flats.
Former intersection of Duke and Booth Street in Lebreton Flats.
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City of Ottawa
Title: Untitled. Reference number: CA020815
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It was industrial, lots of cars, but at least there was activities and stores.
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This comparison demonstrates a bit more the industrial past of Lebreton Flats.  We don't have the exact story of the buildings shown on the archival photo, but it seems that the garage at the corner of Duke and Booth had a certain affinity with Seiberling Tires from the numerous ads...
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