Slater Street

1938
2014
Slater Street with the former apartment buildings in Ottawa in 1938
Confederation Park and the concrete wall
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New-York style apartment buildings replaced by a park which sits empty most of the time.
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Back in the day, before Gréber, Slater Street was reaching the Rideau Canal.The apartment buildings, now demolished, were the Bates, Aylmer and Woods Apartments.The direct link between the Queen-Elizabeth Drive and Elgin Street has been removed when the NAC took over....
~1910
2013
Slater Street at Elgin Street
Slater Street at Elgin Street
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Attic Postcards
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Demolition of New-York style apartment buildings. Widening of Elgin Street.
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The two towers that are shown on the postcard are the Wood Apartments which were located on Slater Street (unlike what is written on the postcard).In 1938, Elgin Street was widen which sacrificed the first row of buildings East of Elgin Street.  About twenty years later, the implementation of the...
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1938
2013
Slater street at Bank Street in Ottawa in 1938
Slater Street with the Telus building and the Starbucks in Ottawa in 2013
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1938
2013
Slater Street close to Metcalfe street in 1938
Slater Street in Ottawa
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