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Nut House Demolition – Goyeau & Park

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Photo © 2015, Brian Worrall

As many of you might know over the weekend the University started demolition on the buildings fronting Goyeau between the Tim Horton’s at Park, and the Burger King at University. One of these building was formerly home to the Nut House, a long beloved Windsor institution.

A reader captured this shot and sent it along for the site. Thanks Brian & Kathryn for sending the pictures along.

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