Actually built in 1858 by architect William Coverdale for the Cartwright family (who owned the whole block) as income properties (including 167 King East, conjoined), leased to financial managers who moved to Kingston when it was growing as a banking and political centre in the mid-19th century.
Wow! That is quite incredible! I can only imagine how impressive it is in real life! I used to love canoeing before I got sick, I would go on canoe trips with the Anglican church to Algonquin park, and I absolutely loved it. Some of these trips just look amazing!!! I've actually fished on Lac Dumoine, and I've seen the river from a vehicle, but I've never been able to canoe down it. I'll add that to my bucket list! A bucket list that increasingly grows when I see your photos! The water is so darkly stained in the Dumoine..Just incredible! Great photos!
Very interesting old railroad bridge.
Thanks They are work pictures and will be removed.
Google Earth is not to be about signs, it is about scenery. Art and signs can be a part of a picture, but not the subject of the picture.
16 almost identical pictures of a person and nothing said about the scenery is not what Google Earth is suppose to be about. It breaks one of their prime rules. It is not for family photos.
This is such a rare scenery. Thank you so much for the photo!
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WOW, says it all!
Sounds good, I will update my info. Thanks.