Tag Archives: Hamilton

The Good Old Times!

The Good Old Times!“This is a picture of the Grant Brothers, taken about 75 to 80 years ago”, writes Diana Grant. “It was located on the corner of Cannon and Victoria, Hamilton”.

 

A Dreamy Sunset In Hamilton!

A Dreamy Sunset in Hamilton!“I walked up to Sam Lawrence Park to watch the sunset”, writes Irini Patsalides. “When I came to the grassy field at the top of the park, I was speechless… the view was breathtaking!”

Gotta Love the Sunrise!

Gotta Love the Sunrise!Lisa Oldfield moved to the beach recently. She is really enjoying the beautiful sunrises the beach has to offer!

A Castle’s Backyard!

A Castle's Backyard!“On a beautiful spring day, I came upon a building that represents Hamilton in every way: Once the home of Sir Allan MacNab, Dundurn Castle”, writes Heather Corbett. “The less often seen rear side of the building is just as spectacular as the front.”

 

Both Pots of Gold in the Hammer!

Both Pots of Gold in the Hammer!A lucky full rainbow was seen over our beautiful Hamilton on a misty, cold, sunny day in April. Submitted by Peter MacDonald.

A Castle’s Backyard!

A Castle's Backyard! “On a beautiful spring day, I came upon a building that represents Hamilton in every way: Once the home of Sir Allan MacNab, Dundurn Castle”, writes Heather Corbett. “The less often seen rear side of the building is just as spectacular as the front.”

 

Sun Going Down on the Bayfront Pier

Sun Going Down on the Bayfront PierWith the nicer weather, we can again enjoy the nice evening walks at Bayfront Park. Submitted by Susanne Swayze.

 

Hamilton Lights Out!

Hamilton Lights Out!“I decided to venture out one evening and witness the lights out phenomenon over the city”, writes Kevin Lee.  “While capturing the end of a spectacular sunset, it appears there were still many lights burning bright”.

For the Love of Peace!

For the Love of Peace!“I was enjoying a spring ride on my Sobi Hamilton bike and came across what is left of the Peace Memorial School, named as a tribute to those who died in WWI” writes Gene Wasik.  “Part of the school was used as a military recovery ward”.

Say “Grim”!

Say "Grim"!Renee Burt (on her birthday) and Lori Risch at The Around the Bay Race, a quick stop for a pic with the “Grim Reaper”. Submitted by Barbara MacKnight.

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