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Geo E. White & Sons Building Demolition

The site on Wednesday April 10, 2019. I noticed earlier this week, that the George E White company building that was located on the north east corner of Shepard & Windsor, directly across the street from the Windsor Truck & Storage building was wiped away. I featured this building back in September 2010 in a post ( https://internationalmetropolis.com/2010/09/13/geo-e-white-son/ ) and…
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1466 Ouellette

So a few months ago one of those little weird medical offices was demolished further up Ouellette. I noticed that this one at 1466 Ouellette, near Sheppard (which was pretty much a twin of the other one) came down earlier this week as well. From what I can remember…
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359 Goyeau

Now that the old Nut House is gone, and the Tunnel Bar-B-Q as well, this old law office at 359 Goyeau, immediately south of the Nut House should be the next to go. A nice old c. 1900 brick house, long ago altered for commercial use. Pretty soon this will be just a memory…
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Nut House Demolition - Goyeau & Park

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…
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3857 Riverside Dr E

As someone mentioned recently in the comments, here’s another recent demolition. 3857 Riverside Dr E, between Strabane and George. It was most recently “The Windsor inn on the river” a B&B. It has had a standing demolition permit for the last several…
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1522 Ouellette

In the comments on Monday’s post, someone asked about what was recently demolished on Ouellette Ave. This small building was the latest victim of demolition. It most recently served as medical offices, probably since at least the 1970’s, but this small building…