This is Rue Sous-le-fort with the funicular at the top of the picture which takes passengers up to the Chateau Frontenac for $2 a ride. Considering the cold and the number of steps and steep streets one avoids it was well worth it. We generally walked down, though. We had dinner the first evening at the restaurant Soul-Le-Fort on the right. It had only about ten tables but was very cozy, with a lovely atmosphere and good food. Strung between the buildings on this street and along Rue Petit…
Charlotte County Courthouse, St Andrews, New Brunswick - built in the 1840's, it's the oldest standing courthouse in Canada - the apparition of a man seen carrying rope who gives off an immense amount of negative energy is reported frequently
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Old Photographs of Canada From the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
The photographs from the Notman Photographics Archives are a priceless testimony to the history of Canada in the 19th and 20th centuries, from its people to its landscapes... William Notman (1826-1891), his sons, and the photographic studio he founded in Montreal, documented Canadian life and her people from 1856 to 1936. The Notman studio, among others, was commissioned by William Van Horne (general manager of the CPR) to record the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and to show…