The first picture is not of the waterfront. I had heard about this place and then forgotten, but today I went to the Copper Penny at Taylor-Kidd and Bayridge, and saw this place. You can go and eat in this café, surrounded by cats. I was going to go in, but realized that it was too busy (I kept forgetting that it was Saturday). I’ll go back when it’s quieter and check it out.
The Dupont Plant. Kingston doesn’t have a lot of industry. We’re all about those government jobs. This plant has been here a long time though.
A small train leaving the Dupont plant.
Looking east along King Street West.
St. Lawrence College.
Now here was a surprise. The new Providence Care Hospital seems to be operational. People were coming and going. I don’t know if it is officially open, or fully up and running–probably not, but I had no idea until I turned in to take the photo of St. Lawrence College that it was finished. I followed the road around that there it was. Here is a link from the Whig in December. I see nothing about an opening.
The rest of the pictures are from Portsmouth Harbour.
Stripped down for the season.
I thought you might enjoy this video of drone footage over Kingston that came up on Facebook today.