Windsor

Jackson Park Gates – c. 1935

A neat shot, looking at the Jackson Park Gates, this photo was taken about 1935. This shot was also a used in postcards, so to some readers it may look familiar.

The gates were designed by Pennington & Boyde and built in 1931.


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The gates look pretty much the same today, despite the strike time Streetview shot.

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