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Hudson Bay Store, Downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada It may not be pure design, but I think it's beautiful. My Dad traveled and purchased china for The Bay O Canada, Canada Travel, University Of Manitoba, Canadian Prairies, Western Canada, Hudson Bay, Tourist Places, Travel Aesthetic, Places To See

Hudson Bay Store, Downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada It may not be pure design, but I think it's beautiful.

Winnipeg Tribune Photo Collection : Weather 1966 Snowstorm : Archives & Special Collections : Libraries : University of Manitoba Meanwhile In Canada, University Of Manitoba, Canadian Things, Wild Weather, Canadian History, Winter Photos, Abandoned Places, Great Photos, Vintage Photos

11 photos from the 1966 blizzard and winter that buried Winnipeg

Winnipeg isn’t known for mild winters, but even by the Manitoban capital’s standards, 1966 was a bad one.

11 photos from the 1966 blizzard and winter that buried Winnipeg Snowy Pictures, University Of Manitoba, Canada Eh, Canadian History, Historical Sites, Historical Photos, Interesting History, Natural Disasters, Continents

11 photos from the 1966 blizzard and winter that buried Winnipeg

Winnipeg isn’t known for mild winters, but even by the Manitoban capital’s standards, 1966 was a bad one.

James Bond is From Winnipeg – Destination Winnipeg James Bond Books, British Broadcasting Corporation, University Of Manitoba, Canadian Things, Canadian History, Spy Stuff, Random Stuff, Canada Travel, World War Two

James Bond is From Winnipeg

Ian Fleming the author of the James Bond novels once said,"James Bond is a highly romanticized version of a true spy. The real thing is ... William Stephenson." Walking down Memorial Boulevard this week I photographed this statue of William Stephenson and when I got home I did a little research. I was surprised to…

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EATON'S WINNIPEG DownTown 1905 - 1999 (Demolished 2003) Truly A Store Like No Other

With nearly 900,000 square feet it was the second largest sized store in Canada and the only other store Timothy Eaton opened other than in Toronto, that was still in existence until its insolvency. The biggest loss to Downtown Winnipeg ever,especially for shoppers.With 895,000 square feet. This particular (Winnipeg) store was the second city to have an Eaton's store and was opened by its founder Timothy Eaton. It required several expansions immediately to accommodate demand,growth…

A Blizzard in Winnipeg Grant, George Monro. A Blizzard in Winnipeg [pictorial work]. In: George Monro Grant. Art Publishing, Image Courtesy of University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections History Images, Art History, Canadian History, American History, Historical Romance, Historical Photos, Types Of Fiction, University Of Manitoba, American Photo

A Blizzard in Winnipeg [1882]

Grant, George Monro. A Blizzard in Winnipeg [pictorial work]. In: George Monro Grant. Picturesque Canada. Art Publishing, [1882]. Image Courtesy of University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Hudson's Bay (Winnipeg) Christmas trees and candy canes decorate the sidewalk overhang of the Hudson's Bay in this 1961 photo of Portage Avenue and Memorial Boulevard. (University of Manitoba Winnipeg Building Index) Abandoned Churches, Abandoned Places, Antique Christmas Decorations, Vintage Christmas, Canadian Holidays, Ghost Of Christmas Past, Christmas Trees, University Of Manitoba, Vintage Instagram

Ghosts of Christmas past: Historical photos illuminate Winnipeg's festive season | CBC News

Winnipeg's styles — vehicles, clothing, architecture — have changed over the years, but one thing that has run strong and constant throughout that evolution is its Christmas spirit.

(What is now The Forks Market etc.) The Canadian National Railway Yards, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Image Courtesy of University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections Canadian National Railway, Canadian Pacific Railway, University Of Manitoba, Canada Pictures, Canadian History, Train Journey, Interesting History, Continents, State Parks

The Canadian National Railway Yards, Winnipeg [ca. 1970]

Winnipeg Tribune. The Canadian National Railway Yards, Winnipeg [picture]. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Tribune, [ca. 1970]. Winnipeg Tribune fonds (PC 18, A.81-12), Box 76 (oversize), Folder 1, Item 011. Image Courtesy of University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections To zoom and pan the image click here: seadragon.com/view/lsf

Bank of Montreal, Portage and Main, Winnipeg. I think this is my favourite building in downtown Winnipeg. I worked here for 6 years! Bank Of Montreal, Montreal Canada, North America Continent, Local Photographers, Places Of Interest, Historical Sites, Continents, 6 Years, Bridges

Bank of Montreal, Portage and Main, Winnipeg. I think this is my favourite building in downtown Winnipeg.

Winnipeg Visitors Guide 1966 02 | by -=- G2 -=- Vintage Stuff, Continents, Canada, Ads, Memories, Dinner, History, City, Heart

Winnipeg Visitors Guide 1966 02

Winnipeg Visitors Guide 1966

The Sundial at Polo Park by artist James S Willer, "A precise time machine, clean and geometric in form, pure elements unsupported into thin air" Simple Projects, Sundial, Continents, 1960s, Past, Nostalgia, Canada, Kid, Memories

The Sundial at Polo Park by artist James S Willer, "A precise time machine, clean and geometric in form, pure elements unsupported into thin air"

Stone masons work on what will be the top of a column made of limestone during construction of the Manitoba Legislative Building on October 5 Foote Collection Manitoba Archives Mason Work, Artist And Craftsman, Lost Art, Art And Technology, Stone Work, Going To Work, Sculpting, Carving, October 5

Gallery: Jan 2012: Photographer L. B. Foote documented Winnipeg's early life

Legendary Winnipeg photographer L. B. Foote photographed everything from the construction of the Man...