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March 28, 2011

Montréal – March 25_27, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — wally426 @ 8:08 pm

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Easy access

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Lumière

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Logement

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The old Dow Brewery, now being converted into lofts downtown. Good to know they’re keeping the exoskeleton in place, it’s a really cool building

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There were people who had lived in this building at one point, evidence of their presence here was everywhere. I never ran across a soul while exploring this area, all that could be heard was the wind whipping off the icy river

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Cruz

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Perdu

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Abandoned Truck

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Storyboard

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Absentia

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Home made Checkers

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The old Mill Street grain terminal

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I wasn’t expecting anyone to be around, suddenly this freight train came barreling down the tracks and blocked my access. Had to wait a few minutes for the whole thing to pass by…

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St. Laurent Shipyards

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Locked-In

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Done Over

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Paysage Urbain

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Old Montréal – Rue de la Commune

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Faded Hopes

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FrozePence

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Chapelle Notre Dame de Bronsecours

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Even in late March, there was still ice everywhere

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Rue de Champlain

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D’égout

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Doorlocks

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Scribble – McGill University

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L’Amour

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This dude was very excited about some sporting event going on that day…

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Club Opera – Now closed after being gutten by fire

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Rue Clark

While exploring, I noticed a whole string of abandoned buildings. After accessing the rooftops, it was clear that a huge fire had gutted almost the whole block. All that was left of these places were crumbling bricks and peeling paint…

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NuphSed

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PinkABoo

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Makeshift Ladder

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Addage

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Boogie Chillen

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Pas de guerre

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Flocking Geese – En route to the border

Check the next page for some more Montréal culture…

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