Les Escaliers de Montréal   I loved these stairs when I was a child.  Today I would have a tough climb.

Les Escaliers de Montréal

Staircases of Montreal. Boy Genuis' idea for stairs down to our new back garden.

1951 Explore Le présent du passé Montréal. photos on Flickr. Le présent du passé…

1951 Explore Le présent du passé Montréal. photos on Flickr. Le présent du passé…

Mount Stephen Club, Drummond Street, Montreal, QC, 1934-35. #vintage #Canada #1930s #streets

Mount Stephen Club, Drummond Street, Montreal, QC, sadly it is now being redone as something else. I remember going there with my father as a young girl.

rue St-Antoine à Montréal 1851

Photo from of Beaver Hall Hill, the Anglo prestige district of the mid century. The street visible in the foreground is modern-day St-Antoine

Roadside advertisement for a new shopping center in Montreal's West Island suburb of Pointe-Claire. Overwhelmed by Dorval Gardens shopping center opened in 1954, Steinberg's with its real estate division Ivanhoé Corp. got a piece of land on St-Jean Boulevard near Donegani Street, near Montreal-Toronto Boulevard. A man is standing underneath the sign in the middle, maybe one of the Steinberg brothers. Steinberg's supermarket (as shown on top right) would be the main anchor, with ...

Roadside advertisement for a new shopping center in Montreal's West Island suburb of Pointe-Claire. Overwhelmed by Dorval Gardens shopping center opened in 1954, Steinberg's with its real estate division Ivanhoé Corp. got a piece of land on St-Jean Boulevard near Donegani Street, near Montreal-Toronto Boulevard. A man is standing underneath the sign in the middle, maybe one of the Steinberg brothers. Steinberg's supermarket (as shown on top right) would be the main anchor, with ...

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours called the Sailors' Church - 1675 Old Montreal

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours called the Sailors' Church - 1675 Old Montreal

This Canadian City Is a Paradise for Design Lovers

Montreal Is a Paradise for Design Lovers

residents, it’s a quick trip—but Montreal, a UNESCO City of Design, feels oceans away

Hochelaga, je t’aime. Mais tu m’étouffes.

Hochelaga, je t’aime. Mais tu m’étouffes.

Montréal, tales of gentrification in a bohemian city

Montréal, tales of gentrification in a bohemian city

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