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Gritty in the City – Montréal
Here’s a collection of doors in need of a little TLC in my old hood Rosemont/Petite Patrie in Montréal.
To jog your memory, back in 2016 I did a post about the ornate outdoor iron staircases found in this part of town that you can check out here.
This time however I decided to concentrate on one specific east/west street.
Rue St. Zotique is one of those streets that morphs from light commercial, where it starts in the heart of little Italy, into moderately dense residential as it head east.
This post contains a lot of the western part where you’ll find a lot of trendy little restaurants, small boutiques and shops.
Generally speaking I find that active commercial buildings have relatively boring doors, therefore the ones I chose for this post are the closed/boarded up ones, like this closed down yoga studio.
I’ve always had a thing for corner doors so finding two like this is even more fun 😉
With all the car exhaust in the city, that pristine white snow you see in the movies doesn’t stay so pristine for very long. Whenever there’s a bit of a thaw, it actually gets rather yucky.
This next one seems to be screaming: “PAINT ME!”
This one is probably too far gone to be saved.
And my favourite shot of this doorscursion is also I do believe a first for me – triple-stacked corner doors!
Stay tuned; next week I’ll have some of the pretty ones I found on this same outing.
Until then I thank you for stopping in 🙂
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