"The Lonely End of the Rink"
Ice Sculpture of The Tragically Hips late front man Gord Downie. Over looking Springer's Market Square and City Hall.
Ice sculpture of Gord Downie The Tragically Hip's late frontman in downtown Kingston.
Fort Henry's Sunset ceremony.
Fort Henry Broad Arrow Stone
This Is a mark that was stamped, printed and engraved on countless military weapons and clothing thought out the 20th century. It signifies that these items were the property of the British Empire.
Kingston Pens North gate (entrance) ceiling
G block Cells. Kingston Penitentiary.
H block. The Dissociation Cells.
Inside North gate
The View of the North gate from inside the walls of the Kingston Penitentiary.
Kingston Pen Limestone Staircase.
Kingston Penitentiary Dome ceiling.
Kingston Penitentiary Metal Shop.
Steel and Stone
Kingston Penitentiary Dome as seen from inside behind bars.
KP Grand Staircase
Kingston Penitentiary. View of the Limestone Staircase from the 2nd level work shop catwalk.
Key Keepers Building
Kingston Penitentiary's Control Center. Located inside the "Dome". This is a fortified office in which a guard would have the command and control of all the prison ranges.
Kingston's Wolfe Islander III Passing in front of HMCS Goose Bay of Halifax as she leaves the City after a short Visit.
Storm clouds above Fort Henry Kingston.
West Tower - Fort Henry
RMC Kingston as the day fades to twilight. The foreground is Fort Henry West Tower.
Kingston Mills Locks after record spring rain falls.
The Spirit of Sir John A
Engine 1095 . A Kingston must see in the heart of downtown. This is in fact a reflection of the train on a raining spring day.
More Sand Bags?
Delta Hotels Kingston Waterfront threatened with the rising waters of lake Ontario. Kingston received record rain falls.
A reflection of Kingston's LaSalle Causeway in a nearby puddle. The City Under a Flood warning as record rain fail amounts accumulate.
Record Rainfall has the City of Kingston on Flood Warning. Taken May 7, 2017.
Murney tower of Kingston.
Puddle of Murney
Murney tower of Kingston. This is actually nothing more then a puddle of rain water along side Murney Tower.