Old Photographs

Wyandotte Street & Lincoln Road – 1927

A view here looking east along Wyandotte Street East from the intersection with Lincoln Road. Given the angle and the height, I suspect this one was taken from the upper floor or even the roof of the Walkerville Theatre. That block on the south side of the street between Lincoln and Windermere has some mighty handsome structures on it. It’s a shame that they were almost all altered beyond recognition.

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