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Foreword
Preface
Glossary

Chapter 12: The Southern Cities

12.15: The Northern Part of Brandon

Shown on this photo is the Assiniboine Gardens area of Brandon located between the CP tracks 1 and the Assiniboine River 2, the only true ethnic area of Brandon. In the foreground is St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church 3 with the Ukrainian Reading Room to the left of it 4. In the middle is the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Ghost 5 with Polish Sokol Association’s Club and Hall to the south of it 6. The unwooded area in the middle ground 7 marks the former course of the Snye that used to enter the Assiniboine off the photo to the right 8. Close to the river are the Burns Meat Plant 9 that closed several years ago and the Manitoba Pool Livestock Market 10 that is still open. The North Hill is in the background 11; since the photo was taken box malls have been constructed on Eighteenth Street at the base of the hill 12.

Figure 12.15: The Northern Part of Brandon

Figure 12.15: The Northern Part of Brandon

Figure 12.15

Oblique photo

Scale: 1:5,000 (approx.) in foreground decreasing to rear

Date: 1987

Photo by John Welsted

Location: Township 10; Range 19WI

Map sheets: 1:250,000 62G Brandon

                    1:50,000 62G13/13 Brandon

                    1:25,000 62G/13d Brandon