Growing up with 5 Sisters - I do remember the hair dryer - and I certainly do Remember the alarm clock - Mom had one - and the toaster oven with the POP UP door and slide out tray too- John Sky
Thanks to Natalie Lefebvre-Klein
who STILL owns this shirt
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ANYONE remember this place??????
Building the ORIGINAL Dorval Circle circa 1956 - notice the shopping centre that had the Pascals and the Cumberland was not even built yet. At a later date they built a flyover for the traffic on the highway as a bypass.
Dorval Circle circa 1970 - the highway flyover is in place
This is what the new Dorval Circle will look like. Won't be a circle any more but an interchange. This view is looking North from Dorval Ave
Dorval Airport Circa 1950's The land was originally a Horse race track. Today Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport constitutes about 60% of the city's land.
Circa 1960 - Notice the Control tower is in the centre of the terminal.
Now the new tower is up, sitting off to the left of the Terminal. Not shown : to the left of the Tower along the down ramp from the upper level is a new concourse and a new Marriotte Hotel attached to the Terminus.
Nice touch with the Tiger tail - s ee next photo if you don't remember the Tiger Tail
Windsor Park Chalet
The Stage at St Veronica's
Surrey Pool circa 1964
St Josephs School
The Friendly Store today
Dorval Hardware - Dorval Ave
Chows on Dorval Ave
Backyard of JXXIII - soon to be a new 18 Million dollar Sportsplex See the FUN LINKS page Under News and Vintage Links
The Shack at Courtland Park
Don McGowan on the left - Bill Haugland on the right from CTV or formerly know as CFCF TV - 12
Lobby Dorval Arena
Dorval Tavern circa 1917
Perrette convienance stores
KFC Corner of Pine Beach and Cardinal - now an Empty lot
Pine Beach Hotel - Corner of St Louis and Lakeshore, later renamed the Lakeshore Arms. Directly across St Louis from the Arms was a big white building that was a Tabacco store with a British Consols sign on the facade.
Entrance to the Dorval Shops from Carson
Pine Beach Tunnel
The house across the street from Walters Park - the home owners let it fall into disrepair and the people wanting to purchase the land want to build a Condo Tower
The house now Nov 27th 2012. Phot courtesy of Rick Nincheri.
Programs from JohnXXIII Theatre
Church on de la Presentation
Dorval Train Station
Lachine Train Station
CNR Train Station Pointe Claire circa 1960
CPR Train Statioin Pointe Claire circa 1960
Lachine Qc with CNR Engine 6153 on its last run from Ottawa to Montreal, summer 1961
Rigaud Station, PQ July 12 1989
The Beatles arrive in Dorval in 64
Looking a little worse for wear
The school at the corner of Sources and Lakeshore Rd, once the School closed it became a School Board Office , but is now completely shuttered.