It did become quite a mess. Story here. “The borough’s public works department has spent four weeks cleaning the site, and it will take another four to six weeks to […]
Seems it takes a lot longer for these things to melt than most people would imagine. NDG Borough Mayor, Michael Applebaum, says pollution not an issue. Story here. Interesting panorama […]
Round up of some recent stuff.
“unbelievable… the turcot yards burried under tons of dirty snow. I wish i could have gotten a better picture, but the guys from the MTQ did not like to see […]
Explored the east end of the Turcot snowpiles the other day. It’s a bit strange how from the freeway it looks like a huge gray snowpile that is just slowly […]
There was some magic going on in the Yards this winter as the snow just kept piling up and up and it was quite beautiful at times. But it has […]
Pullman and the foot of the Agrignon overpass. Western end of the Falaise Saint Jacques. That tip was cleared out some years ago, but wasn’t developed save for some advertising. […]
View of the Turcot snowpiles from the 20. And you can catch talaba’s Flickr pages here.
Nice shot from the Interchange. Catch grey11′s Flickr pages here.
Article in today’s Gazette discusses the Turcot snowpiles in regard to melting and contamination of the water. “There might be a potential for contamination that could have been recognized by […]
Most of us probably do not give a lot of thought to things such as snow removal at the airport. But take an area that is the size of a […]
This one is just east of Thimens and Poirier in Ville Saint Laurent. Wide angle lens tends to shorten it a bit. I really wished I had a video camera […]
We are expecting up to 30 cms of snow over the next 48 hours as we continue to pile it up in Montreal. That will sound very sweet to people […]
Well, it sure looks like I at least got to see one large scale project at Turcot Yards that has made the whole journey more than worthwhile. Who would have […]
This one is east of Avro and Des Sources in Dorval. They are all over the island this year and we may never see snowpiles this large again. I am […]