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St. Mary’s Church – Walkerville – c 1905

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I like this postcard view from Walkerville, looking south on Devonshire Rd towards, what was then the brand new St. Mary’s Church. While it’s a pretty common view, it’s a rare one, where you can line up the view and it looks almost identical a century later. Not too many places in Windsor like that…


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It even looks like the tree on the right is still there… Although slightly larger now. The fire hydrant placement has stayed still too.

Have a good weekend everyone. See you back here Monday.

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