distillery district

In 1837 the Gooderham and Worts distillery went into business. It thrived and grew over the next few decades. In fact the site was a distillery until 1990 at which point it was abandoned and left to become derelict. In 2003 the site was renovated and re-opened as a collection of shops, galleries, studios, restaurants, cafes and theatres. Much of the original architecture remains.

For more information see http://www.distilleryheritage.com

old green tap

Details of one of the bricks seen on the streets of the Distillery District

Looking through a window. Is she looking out?

Decorated for autumn, late October 2012

A work in progress

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