Ontario:
Sault Ste. Marie

Sault Ste. Marie is located about 700km to
the north of Toronto, on the St. Marys River, where
the river flows from the Lake Superior. St. Marys
river connects lakes Huron and Superior.

Sault Ste. Marie, one of the oldest French
settlements in North America, was established
in 1668 as a fur trading post. It was incorporated
as a town in 1887 and a city in 1912.

We visited Sault Ste. Marie two times:
In July 2001 on our way home from Minneapolis
and in July 2003 during our trip through northern Ontario.

Photos 1-5 taken in July 2001,
Photos 6, 7- in July 2003.


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465 Albert Street E. 1st Baptist Church, 1890.
Destroyed by fire in 1933, rebuilt-1935.
Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
1st Baptist Church


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160 Brock Street; St. Luke's Cathedral, 1870.
Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
St. Luke Cathedral


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134 Brock St; Westminster Presbyterian Church.
Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
Presbyterian Church


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134 Brock St; Westminster Memorial Hall, 1952.
Wall Mount Light at the Entrance.
Memorial Hall
Google 2018: Only the right lantern the same.
The left lantern-different.


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778 Queen St E; Precious Blood Cathedral, 1875.
1/2. Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
Precious Blood Cathedral
2/2. Wall Mount Light at the Side Entrance (?).
Precious Blood Cathedral


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426 Queen Street E; Courthouse, 1922.
Main Entrance Stairs, Parapet Torchiere.
Courthouse


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114 MacDonald Avenue.
Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 1951.
Torchiere at Gladstone Avenue Entrance.
Baptist Church