Canada Malting Ruins on the Lachine Canal, Montreal, May 2011

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

This complex of buildings, on St. Ambroise Street just west of St. Remi, with elevator sructures on the Lachine Canal, was constructed around 1905 as the first facility of the Canada Malting Company.

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