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Location DB > Canada > Quebec > Montreal > Redpath Sugars > historical > V8770_50th_ann_celeb_redpath_sugar.jpg

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Redpath sugar mill, 50th anniversary, 1904. Picture from McCord museum collection.
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Posted by SPEK Photo 3/3/2004 11:00 PM | remove
  Wow!


all those building are not there anymore.
Posted by ex-goose-villager 3/6/2004 10:07 PM | remove
  The one on the right, where the group of people are standing in front of, is that the one that only the facade is left? I think it might have been the one with the administrative entrance? Have I got it right?

Posted by SPEK Photo 3/7/2004 3:58 AM | remove
  the one where everybody is standing is the administrative building, but the facade still standing is the one on the other side.
Posted by PhoBac 3/7/2004 4:40 AM | remove
  So the photograph is in the courtyard, kind of facing the silos/canal?
Posted by SPEK Photo 3/7/2004 5:26 AM | remove
  yes
Posted by cjb 3/25/2004 6:38 PM | remove
  actually except the one in the back,all these buildings were still there until 2003
Posted by ex-goose-villager 4/2/2004 4:35 AM | remove
  You know what's funny? I was in the supermarket yesterday and going through the baking section, I noticed bags of Redpath sugar. Nothing surprising in and of itself, but the bags sport a 'historic' logo marking the 150th anniversary of the company. Interesting to see that their interest in 'history' didn't extend to their first plant in Canada, eh?

Posted by cjb 4/2/2004 4:41 PM | remove
  Yeah, guess where is located their museum? Toronto...
Posted by ex-goose-villager 4/2/2004 10:18 PM | remove
  Why am I [i]not[/i] surprised?

Posted by ex-goose-villager 4/2/2004 10:18 PM | remove
  Why am I *not* surprised?

Posted by Charlie_Dunver 3/15/2006 8:05 PM | remove
  Amazing!

Well that ramp explains a little....
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