Looking out through the doors of the Festival Theatre in Stratford, Ontario to a statue of Shakespeare.
A door in the East Block section of Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The East Block has been maintained as a historically accurate reflection of conditions at the time of Canada's confederation. If you visit, you will see the restored office of Canada's first Prime Minister - Sir John. A. Macdonald, and have the opportunity to interact with costumed persons presenting historical characters from centuries past.
The entrance of Baird Machines Inc., Woodstock. The business started in 1890 on Vansittart Avenue, and moved to the current location on the corner of Dundas and Victoria around 1900. It is still operated by the Baird family. I love the ornate leaf detail around the door. You can see a close-up of it here. This final door is on an abandoned farm house on Highway 59 north of Woodstock, you can see the house here.
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Thanks Denise for taking care of us!