Karen McGee this is what I remember winter like in town, walking to school down Lake Ave. They didn’t plow the streets as well as they do now.
Julie Kirkpatrick It was taken from the old Gulf Gas Station on the corner of Lake Ave and Bridge St. Looking towards the high school. I remember that winter.
Joann Voyce Before the Texaco there was Major Hooper’s beautiful home and large green lawn
Doug Thornton Around 55 or 56 when I lived at 92 Bridge Street, across from the Royal Bank, if memory serves me correct, the snow was so deep that no vehicles could drive on Bridge Street. The snow was much deeper than that picture.
anice Bowie the first house on the right is 11 Lake Avenue WEST – we lived and ran our business (Lux Photographic Services) from 2004 to 2012 there – Loved our time in CP as well as this home! it would be lovely to know more of its history – although we did a lot of work for the CP / Beckwith Heritage museum, we were not able to get much on it – though did have a copy of the deed and it was one of the Moores who had it built (1909-1911)
Dan Williams My dad used to tell me about walking 3 miles to school on snowbanks as high as telephone poles whenever I complained about having to walk to school in a snowstorm. Don’t know what year that would have been😉
- Ya call that a Snowstorm? Linda’s Mailbag
- The Storm of 1952 –McKeen’s Hotel Window’s Smashed- Dogs Cats and Fowl Die in Barrage
- Wind Storm in Ashton- Heath Ridge Farms 1976
- Storms of Carleton Place- Which One?
- So Where Did Carleton Place Disappear to on The Weather Channel? Linda’s Mailbag
- Yes We Have had Killer Hurricanes in Canada
- The Storm of June 1899Ya call that a Snowstorm?
- Linda’s MailbagStorms of Carleton Place- Which One?
- Lightening Strikes Again –The Storm of 1972The Day The Wizard of Oz Came to Carleton Place
- To All the Snowmageddons I Have Loved Before