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1118 Drouillard Road – History Uncovered [Edited Title – wrong address]

A few photo’s of the Breaktime Lounge on Drouillard. These photos were sent my way yesterday from my Dad who caught this while cruising past.

Some of the metal cladding either came off or was removed. Not sure which, but underneath the old brick and tile became exposed.

I bet there are many beauties trapped under ugly metal cladding. Metal cladding was the stucco of the 1970’s. 🙂

Have a good weekend everyone, see you back here Monday. Big thanks to my Dad for stopping to grab a few shots of this place.

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