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Lost Windsor – A 2009 Calendar


Today, just in time for the holidays, I am happy to unveil the newest addition to the International Metropolis shop.

A great full colour 12 month calendar, with some shots that have never appeared on the site before. 12 views of Windsor of recent past. Some buildings you might remember, some you might have forgotten about, and some might leave you asking “where was that?”

Order now to ensure delivery by Christmas, this is a limited edition run, so don’t miss out!

A look back at some of the buildings lost in Windsor to demolition since this site was launched.

Lost Windsor – A look back at our ever changing built landscape
An 2009 Calendar

12 months
11″ x 8.5″
Coil binding
White interior paper (100# weight)
Full-color interior ink

For details and to place an order for your calendar, simply click on over to the IM Bookstore/Shop. I’ll see you over there!

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