jane’s walk May, 2013

Results of jane’s walk May 4, 2013

The Architectural Legacy of the Village of Parkdale 1879— 1889. The walk was a success. Sixty people joined the walk at its peak. Numerous people left contact information for future events. We appreciate the care everyone took to allow space for pedestrians to get past us. Beautiful Apartment.

Beautiful Apartment. Pic: j2 TOP
Beautiful Apartment. Pic: j3 TOP
Beautiful Apartment. Pic: j4 TOP
Beautiful Apartment. Pic: j5 TOP
Beautiful Apartment. Pic: j6 TOP
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j02 Demonstration 1888
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j03 Masons’ Lodge Plan 1880s
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j04 Masons’ Lodge today, S E Dowling and Queen
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j05 today the Amphitheatre Queen and Dufferin
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j06 N E of Queen and O’Hara 1890s
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j07 N E of Queen and O’Hara today
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j08 lost Church 1878, north side of Queen, Close
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j09 Walter O’Hara’s West Lodge 1831, lost
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j10 1880 Bonar Church, Dunn s of Queen
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j11 Town Hall 1887-1931, Cowan Queen
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j12 Fire Hall 1888, Cowan Queen
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j13 Church Cowan S. of Queen, remains
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j14 In many ways, still here.
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j15 S E Queen Dufferin, gone
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j16 Some things just survive anyway.
The History of Parkdale Village Pic: j17 Queen east from Brock, gone
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