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Hamilton Doors Open 2007

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May 5th was Doors Open in Hamilton. For this year we got Hamilton forumers and otheris from Southern Ontario to meet and enjoy the nice day to walk and take pctures. I had a good time. Our first Hamilton Meet! About 20 people showed up and went pretty successful.

St. Paul's Presbyterian Church

James Street

The back of Hamilton GO Station

Skyline view

City Hall which today City Council will determine it's future either demolish and make a new City Hall or renovate it.

James Street South

Medical Arts Building

Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts

More church, MacNab Street Presbyterian Church

Whitehern Historical House, house built for the McQuestens family. Thomas McQuesten really helped build the City of Hamilton, got McMaster University, was Minister of Transportation that built QEW and the Burlington Skyway Bridge and Rock Gardens at the Royal Botanical Gardens.

Newly renovated Art Gallery of Hamilton

Hamilton Community Energy, produces both heat and electricity from a clean burning natural gas fired reciprocating engine connected to a generator and three, gas-fired boilers. This building produces clean energy to power up downtown Hamilton. Got free compact fluorescent bulbs well actually got two bulbs for free lol.

Copps Coliseum

John W. Foote VC Armoury, it's the largest indoor armoury in Canada

It's impossible to fit the entire armoury building into one picture, you need like a panorama camera to do so.

Some dead cat, I dunno I didn't get too much detail on it

Now my favourite church Christ's Church Cathedral

The Factory Hamilton Media Arts Centre

May Day Festival

The painting was going on top of this boarded up building, Lister Block. Hopefully renovation will being this year *crosses my fingers*

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