O'Meara Street, January 13th 2011

O'Meara Street is a very short residential road in Hintonburg running parallel to Armstrong Street. It begins at Bayview Road and ends at Garland Street.

Small houses mainly occupy the street, as well as the Causeway Work Centre (formally Ecole St Conrad, run by the Grey Nuns from 1909 to 1963).

Copyright: Justin s. campbell
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Resolution: 8066x4033
Uploaded: 12/02/2011
Updated: 12/03/2012


Tags: winter; street; o'meara; causeway; snow; ottawa; canada
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