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6:52 PM

The greystone in yesterday's 'Before / After' has elicited a lot of interest. It's a shame the beautiful building was left to rot and was eventually demolished.

Le bâtiment de 'l'Avant / Apres' d'hier a succité beaucoup d'interest. Triste qu'un beau bâtiment comme celui-la a été négligé et démoli.


I've re-activated the comments to the blog since the recent brouhaha has quieted down. Comments are monitored so any trolls sending out stupid comments won't get published so don't bother. I won't reactivate the Facebook account any time soon.
J'ai réactivé les commentaires sur le blog depuis que le brouhaha récent c'est calmé. Avis aux trolls : les commentaires stupides ne seront pas publiés. Je ne vais pas réactiver le compte Facebook.

Jardin St-Charles

photo of the day : 'Invisible' house tucked away big yards on Saint-Charles street

Last week I posted this image about an 'invisible' house. Well, Marc contacted me and said the space there is used as some outdoor venue for concerts or a gathering place. Check out the link below for the official Facebook page. Thanks Marc.
La semaine dernière, j'ai posté cette image à propos de cette maison «invisible». Eh bien, Marc m'a contacté et dit que l'espace est utilisé comme un certain lieu pour des concerts en plein air ou comme un lieu de rassemblement. Consultez le lien ci-dessous pour la page officielle de Facebook. Marc, merci pour l'info.

 Jardin Saint-Charles

Empty lot and big yards on Saint-Charles street

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