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Old Posted Aug 20, 2017, 7:02 PM
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Just posted a new photo thread if anyone's interested: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show....php?p=7897149












Just because it's a new page and this was sssooo near the bottom but YOU, yes YOU, need to see it.
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Old Posted Aug 20, 2017, 7:20 PM
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Old Posted Aug 23, 2017, 8:13 PM
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A few recent ones from Newfoundland and Labrador, not my own.

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Newfoundland 2017 by Charlie Sandquist, on Flickr

newfoundland 2017 by Charlie Sandquist, on Flickr

DSC_2301.jpg by David Chant, on Flickr

DSC_2233-Pano.jpg by David Chant, on Flickr

DSC_0954.jpg by David Chant, on Flickr

California "LUV NFLD" on Prius V by ParrotsandPotatoes, on Flickr

Volvo 262C by ParrotsandPotatoes, on Flickr

Road (2 of 47) by Carolyn Parsons-Janes, on Flickr

The infamous Dildo, NL.

dildo-pano-2017-08-08-03-small by Bob Sutherby, on Flickr

Heritage Walking Tour, Harbour Grace by Experience NL Travel Agency, on Flickr

Cupids Union Jack by Zach Bonnell, on Flickr

Signal Hill Evening Panoramic by Zach Bonnell, on Flickr


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WJA@YYT by nielsamd, on Flickr
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Some architectural photos from Halifax (too bad he didn't do Granville Street).











Not Canada but the architecture in Ghent is exceptional:



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The colours of the buildings in St Jhons is a real reflection of the people who live there. I have so many awesome fun and funny Newfie friends. Great shots.
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A few recent ones from Newfoundland and Labrador, not my own.

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DSC_0954.jpg by David Chant, on Flickr

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Judging from the design that might be one of the oldest in the province. It looks Avalon-Irish. I guess they didn't stand up much upstairs, or were very short. I wonder where it is?
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Old Posted Aug 29, 2017, 9:44 PM
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Bump. A couple from today...



Spoiler because I bumped AGAIN below lol
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Wow ! Merci beaucoup, MartinMtl!
I bike Bernard everyday to get to work and it's an amazing street. I am so glad you took the time to take and post those pictures. Thanks
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I made a thread for this in the city photos section, but why not share it here as well.

Nelson is a small town of 10 000 residents nestled in the Selkirk Mountains on the shores of Kootenay Lake in British Columbia, Canada.

Despite its small population, the city has a very mature and active downtown core.

It was incorporated in 1897 and has a long industrial past.

For a town of such small size it has a surprisingly number of interesting locations for the urban enthusiast.

Starting with the more industrial part of town.

Railway through Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Old Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Walking up highway 3A

Nelson, BC by Ian, on Flickr

IMG_0394 by Ian, on Flickr

Corner Shop by Ian, on Flickr

Reaching the downtown core now. First a look at the Courthouse

Nelson Courthouse by Ian, on Flickr

Nelson Courthouse by Ian, on Flickr

And now time to explore downtown itself!

Corner of H by Ian, on Flickr

Nelson Afternoon by Ian, on Flickr

Alleyway in Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Downtown Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Nelson Streets by Ian, on Flickr

Window Shopping by Ian, on Flickr

There are many interesting small parks and staircases such as this throughout the town, playing well with its naturally steep topography.

They Go Up! by Ian, on Flickr

Overlooking Nelson, BC by Ian, on Flickr

Looking Down Hall Street by Ian, on Flickr

All Seasons Cafe, Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Summer Haze, Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

This lane way was actually my favorite part of the town.

Looking Down Herridge Lane by Ian, on Flickr

Lots of active outdoor patios enjoying the summer heat (it was 36 on this day)

Summer Eating, Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Downtown Nelson, BC by Ian, on Flickr

This picture should have been the first one

Welcome to Nelson! by Ian, on Flickr

Signs by Ian, on Flickr

Street Shopping by Ian, on Flickr

Walking Through Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Downtown Nelson, BC by Ian, on Flickr

New Grand Hotel, Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

No good city is complete without a waterfront.

Kootenay Lake, Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Enjoying the Marina by Ian, on Flickr

The big orange bridge

West Kootenay Lake in Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Under the Big Orange Bridge by Ian, on Flickr

Lake Side Park

Big Trees at Lake Side Park by Ian, on Flickr

Lake Side Park by Ian, on Flickr

Evening at the Beach by Ian, on Flickr

Highway 3A Bridge (Orange Bridge) by Ian, on Flickr

Enjoying Lake Side Park by Ian, on Flickr

In the summer the evenings are warm and the sun sets late, it is the perfect time to explore and enjoy.

Funky Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Night Falls in Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Dusk at the Hotel by Ian, on Flickr

Dusk in Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Looking down the Lane by Ian, on Flickr

Summer Evening in Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

Night Lights in Nelson by Ian, on Flickr

All Night Radio by Ian, on Flickr

If you ever find your way into the southern BC interior, Nelson is a must see.

Lots of small festivals and mountain biking events in the summer.
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I knew it!
You post so many cool street shots, and I knew that eventually my modest little walk-up would appear . . . and so it did! Looks well maintained. So, I'm happy!
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