Former home of John Paterson of John Duncan & Co (wholesale tea dealers) 1900, (Near Greene Ave)
This is one of the few mansions that were not destroyed during the redevelopment of Dorchester Blvd. – Today named Rene Levesque Blvd. outside Westmount.
Formerly named Westmount High School, built in 1914. Its massive size gives an indication of how large the English speaking population in Westmount was at the time. Today it serves as an “inner city” school.
Old coal chute behind Academy Road.
Ice delivery door behind Academy Road.
Former fire box, in use for over 75 years and decommissioned in 1987, near Glen Yards.
Old sewer cover near Glen Yards.
Clement’s market (1930). I remember their delivery staff wearing a hat and uniform.
Victor’s Handy Store (1930)
Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co Ltd (1930) – known today as A&P.