The Great Escape on Butternut Lane

Abbey for the Arts, Glen Nevis, Ontario

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4 thoughts on “The Great Escape on Butternut Lane

  1. Lovely image – I like the B&W processing here, makes it look quite old – though I’m not sure about those windows, they look too new for the building, Great detail above them though.

    • Hi Jude – The building was originally the Maryvale Convent and it celebrated its centenary in 2013. In 1966 it became a nursing home. In 1983 it was converted to a residential home for seniors. Now known as the Abbey for the Arts it has been a place for art shows, concerts, weddings, and private dinners. Sadly, it is now up for sale. All that is to say, the building is old, but the windows are new 🙂

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