Photo courtesy Saruchyan
It seems that the proposed development for Griffintown includes building over this park. That is really a shame because this is one heck of an interesting location. The ruins of Saint Ann’s church make this site worthy of designation in the categories of art, heritage, Irish history, and spirituality. Even the park benches are placed in pew like procession. It is unique, and would probably be a worthy tourist site if the city even knew it existed.
Here are some images from winter1963 over at ImageStation.
Row houses on Mountain street.