Parliament

~1910
2015
Elgin Street around 1910 with the Parliament in background.
Elgin Street in 2015 with the Parliament in background.
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A friendlier Elgin Street is depicted in the 1910 photo.
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The last block of the northern section of Elgin Street between Sparks Street and Wellington Street is almost unrecognizable.   The only still standing building is the East Block since the Centre Block was at its first iteration before it was destroyed by the 1916 fire.  The Langevin Block at...
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~1910
2014
Sappers' Bridge in Ottawa around 1910
Plaza Bridge in Ottawa in 2014
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Car traffic greatly increased since Wellington was widen.
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1917
2013
Metcalfe street at the corner of Queen street looking north
Metcalfe street at the corner of Queen street looking north
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Windsor Hotel replaced with a steril building without street interaction.
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Most of the buildings on the archival photo have been torn down.  The Windsor Hotel was located on the North-East corner of Metcalfe and Queen. On the extreme left of the photo we can see the Methodist Church who burned down in the 60's.  The light building behind the remaining...
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~1910
2013
Nepean Point with its cannons
Nepean Point
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The picture was taken before the first version of the Parliament burned down in 1916.  The square building that you can see on the right is the American Bank Note on Wellington....
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