And this great stone house to go with the stables: Flint's Inn/McDougall's on Hwy. 29. @Tgayda
How had I not seen these amazing stone stables in Elizabethtown-Kitley before? (Hey, @Tgayda, hey!)
Essie, me and Chief at the Westport Heritage Festival today.
Anyway, yesterday Chris and I were back in Goderich, and back at @hcmuseum, so I got him to take another photo.
The photo of me in the cab of 6275 (albeit substantially cropped) has been my Twitter avatar since my first tweet.
5 years ago, on a visit to @hcmuseum in Goderich, my colleague Chris Mahood took this photo of me in ex-CPR 6275.
Original stone mile marker on Old Highway 2 between Napanee and Kingston.
Driving Old Highway 2 through Grafton. Couldn't not stop to look at the (closed) Barnum House.
Walton Street, Port Hope. The Lent Travel building was once a railway station, believe it or not.
St. Catharines VIA Station, built 1917. GO Transit bike shelter at east end.
Queen Street, NOTL - The Starbucks is in the Gollop House, a c1830 frame building
Sunset over Fifteen Mile Creek, St. Catharines
Upper Canada Cheese Company, Jordan Station
Former CN Jordan Station, a little west of St. Catharines, relocated and in use as a house.
Awoo! (taken from @VIA_Rail train 48, near Belleville)
Took Essie for a #tweedride today...a ride to @TweedOntario. Here she is at a park in Stoco.
Seems to have borrowed many design cues from corporate Apple stores.
Kingston's actual Apple Store (okay, 3rd-party retailer) is in a 19th c. Italianate commercial block.
So funny. Wait, no, not funny at all. (former TD Bank, Market Square, Kingston)
Essie at three.
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