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Union Station back there (1911)

Upper Fort Garry Gate (1835)

The grand hotel


Fort Garry Hotel (1913), with Fort Garry Place looming behind, the creativeness in the names all revolves around that old gate...

Looking east to St. Boniface

North towards Portage & Main

Downtown high-rises




Another view towards St. B



North into the Exchange District



The CBD, the intersection of Portage & Main

The old orange buses, we will sadly miss them

The beautiful Paris building (1915-17)

West down Portage Ave.

Portage Ave is the city's main drag


Federal Building (1935)





Vital Statistics / A. A. Heaps Building / Bank of Nova Scotia (1908)



Telpay Building (1909)

The view from Telpay

Inside Telpay

Looking down Main

Union Trust Tower (1912)

Can-west Global Place

Bank of Montreal (1913)





Richardson Building

South down Main

Up at MTS Place

Lieutenant Governor’s mansion


Walk in the park


Manitoba Legislative Building (1913-1919)



The Golden Boy

Mayberry Fine Art Gallery / Lake of the Woods Building (1901)



Hamilton Building (1916)


The view from City Hall




This building (Fairchild 1907) is currently being renovated into lofts...

from this...

to this....

MTS Centre...

Manitoba Moose VS Rochester Americans

Moose won!


A loft display suite...Lofts at 181 Bannatyne / Kelly Building (1904)


Millennium Centre (1910)


Union Tower (Royal Bank 1904)





Mariaggi Hotel (1901)

Artspace / Gault Building (1900)


Shanti Yoga Studio / Bate Building (1883)



mmm i Love Johnny G's

Grain Exchange Building (1906)



The East Exchange
 

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You were really able to capture the urban areas of the Peg. I grew up in Brandon and used to go to Winnipeg every weekend for fun. Winnipeg is a really special place for me. Thanks for the memories!
 
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