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Sandwich Street – Walkerville – c. 1905

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Image © Bernie Drouillard Collection, digitized by John Stefani

A view of Sandwich Street, in front of the Hiram Walker & Sons Distillery. This view is looking west and in the distance, you can make out the hump of the Peabody Bridge. The overhead wires of the streetcar are visible in the shot. Some impressive buildings there that are long gone from the landscape.

Hope everyone had a nice weekend, hard to believe today is December 1st.

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