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Rankin Avenue: Victorian Street

Join in a walk of Amherstburg's Rankin Avenue and learn about the interesting architecture along the street.

Rankin Avenue: Victorian Street

Sunday, May 8: 2:00 - 3:00 PM

Neighbourhood: Downtown Amherstburg

Hosts: Robert Honor

Start location: Entrance to the King’s Navy Yard Park at the corner of Dalhousie and Rankin Ave., Amherstburg, Ontario.

End location: Near the end of Rankin at Sandwich Street.

Rankin Avenue was planned in Victorian times and contains some lovely Victorian homes. This walk includes some of the early history of the end times of Fort Malden and modern development including Park and Borrowman and residential development. We will look at some of the interesting architecture along the street.

This walk is geared towards adults.

About the host:

Robert Honor U.E. B.F.A. B.Ed. Native of Amherstburg. Retired from Parks Canada at Fort Malden NHSoC. Interests: fine art, architecture and heritage. Artist, member of Amherstburg Heritage Committee, Belle Vue Conservancy and Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.

Accessibility considerations:

Sidewalk route.

Walkers can park at the No Frills lot on Sandwich and walk down Rankin to the start spot on Dalhousie.

Walk  Gallery

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