Friday, January 07, 2011

Gouzenko House



More about this here. This photo is around the corner from theirs.

And more for vintage video virtuosos here...

3 comments:

Centertowner said...

In lieu of a bronze plaque on the Gouzenko building, the NCC and the City both put up boards in Dundonald Park, across the street.

As for this house, there are almost always a flock of pigeons on the roof, or on the power lines at the intersection.

Kitty-corner from this house is Bolling Terrace, built in 1890. That's the one with the faded cigarette ad on the Lyon street side. The name and date of the building are painted on the second storey, but obscured by the balconies. You can see it from the second floor of Jean Albert's.

coyote said...

Ctowner, I know them birds.

And the background on that corner is appreciated...

nursemyra said...

Fascinating! And a great image too