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Wednesday November 13, 2013

Ladysmith, Canada

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2. ycd0108
5:14 AM GMT on November 16, 2013
Thanks BriarCraft.
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1. BriarCraft
9:04 PM GMT on November 15, 2013
Since YCD didn't caption this photo, I thought I'd bring this over from his blog, which is interesting and informative:

Quoting 68. ycd0108:
Good morning:
The last two pictures are from a short visit to my closest town: Ladysmith, B.C., Canada.
The town is situated very near the "49th Parallel" and, in fact, I shot the one showing the roundabout from the parking lot of the "49th Parallel Grocery Store":
http://www.the49th.com/
The other recent addition is the front facade of the Travelers Inn:
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lie u.aspx?id=6317
From that link:
"The most striking features are the brick swastika symbols on the front facade. At the time of construction, the swastika was a relatively common symbol of prosperity and peace; during World War II, concerns were expressed about the symbol's association with Nazism. The building was not altered in response to these concerns and the Traveller's Hotel remains in substantially original condition. "

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