Explore Historic Aerial, 16 Historic and more!

Explore related topics

15 historic photos that prove Portage and Main in Winnipeg has always been the place to be

15 historic photos that prove Portage and Main in Winnipeg has always been the place to be

In 1928 this is looking North on Portage and Main (photo courtesy of "Winnipeger" on Facebook

In 1928 this is looking North on Portage and Main (photo courtesy of "Winnipeger" on Facebook

Winnipeg Goldeyes: Take me out to the ball game with $100 in fun Goldeyes Fish Fins! Hit a home run and use these $5 vouchers for anything from tickets to parking, or souvenirs to hot dogs! (www.goldeyes.com) Win your Winnipeg adventure including flight, hotel and an adventure YOU choose! Visit http://www.tourismwinnipeg.com/pin-and-winnipeg to enter!

Winnipeg Goldeyes: Take me out to the ball game with $100 in fun Goldeyes Fish Fins! Hit a home run and use these $5 vouchers for anything from tickets to parking, or souvenirs to hot dogs! (www.goldeyes.com) Win your Winnipeg adventure including flight, hotel and an adventure YOU choose! Visit http://www.tourismwinnipeg.com/pin-and-winnipeg to enter!

Osborne village, Winnipeg..it is packed with interesting shops filled with artisan's creativity, good food, fun and entertainment.

Osborne village, Winnipeg..it is packed with interesting shops filled with artisan's creativity, good food, fun and entertainment.

Broadway Looking West from Main Street 1916.   The Fort Garry Hotel was built by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroads in 1913. Charles Melville Hays, the president of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroads, didn’t get to see the finished product because he died when the Titanic sunk in 1912. The Fort Garry is thought of as one of the most haunted hotels in the country — legend has it that a woman hanged herself in room 202.

16 historic aerial photos of Winnipeg dating from 1882 to 1950

Broadway Looking West from Main Street 1916. The Fort Garry Hotel was built by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroads in 1913. Charles Melville Hays, the president of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroads, didn’t get to see the finished product because he died when the Titanic sunk in 1912. The Fort Garry is thought of as one of the most haunted hotels in the country — legend has it that a woman hanged herself in room 202.

Pinterest
Search