Monthly Archives: November 2007

Pasadena Apartments

November 30, 2007
Pasadena Apartments

It’s been a while since I have featured any older Apartment Buildings on the site, and as anyone who drives around the city knows, that’s one thing were not in short supply of in Windsor. This one is one of my personal favouites. Located at 1424 Wyandotte St. E. the Pasadena Apartments were built...

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Imeson Antiques

November 29, 2007
Imeson Antiques

One of the most historic and intact commercial storefronts in the city is located at 1506 Wyandotte St. E. The Edwardian commercial building built in 1915, was originally a Trott’s Shoes, and for many years was the home of Posteroptics. The owners of Posteroptics retired last year, and the building was put of for...

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Elsmere Followup

November 28, 2007
Elsmere Followup

If you’ll remeber back on March 13th, I covered two houses on Elsmere that were destined to become parking lots for Erie Street. I drove by last week and noticed that they had been stripped of their siding and railings, and were prepped for demolition. I drove by again the other day, and nothing...

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Walkerville Publishing

November 27, 2007
Walkerville Publishing

So, on to the reason for the Walkerville Theatre being open on Sunday… Walkerville Publishing held an open house, with a great display of Walkerville’s history, and the launch of the 2007 Holiday issue of the Walkerville Times. Chris Edwards the publisher poses beside his local history display. Chris put on this display earlier...

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Walkerville Theatre

November 26, 2007
Walkerville Theatre

Yesterday was the 5th annual Walkerville Holiday Walkabout. One on Wyandotte Street’s grandest buildings was even open. The Walkerville Theatre designed by renown theatre Architect C. Howard Crane in 1918, and built in 1920, had it’s doors open to the public for the first time in a while. The photo above comes from the...

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