Windsor

Ouellette Avenue Looking South – c. 1914

This shot looking south west from the corner of Riverside and Ouellette was taken from the roof of the old British American hotel (which I don’t think has ever really been featured on here…). You can see the old bank on the corner that will remain in storage for the rest of my life, and further down the block on the left side is the old post office. On the extreme right hand side you can see a hint of the old Ritz Hotel, which would have been the Merchants Bank building at this time.

Hope everyone had a good weekend!

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