Railway Landscape – À l’aube des restes industriels 2

Saturday 17 May – railway landscape, industrial remains

Mile End’s Railway Landscape, walking tour led by Justin Bur, urban planning graduate

The industrial sector of Mile End is undergoing constant change and is targeted for redevelopment. This walk will follow the trail of clues about the buildings and activities that filled the area along the railway lines for three-quarters of a century, before they fell silent not so long ago.

Saturday 17 May 2014, in French
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Rain or shine

Meeting place: Saint-Viateur Street at the corner of Waverly, after the event Mile End en fleurs by RuePublique
Ending place: Parc des Crépuscules, Van Horne Av. near Saint-Urbain St.

Voluntary contribution (suggested $10)

À l’aube des restes industriels, architectural projection by Laurence Grandbois Bernard


The multimedia work À l’aube des restes industriels is an architectural projection about the history and memory of railways and industry in Montréal. Laurence Grandbois Bernard is a master’s student in experimental media at UQAM. At the junction between documentary and art film, this work plays with multiple screens to associate archival images with recent footage.

Created by Laurence Grandbois Bernard and presented in collaboration with Friends of Saint-Laurent Boulevard, Mile End Memories and Glen Lemesurier

  • Saturday 17 May
  • every half-hour from 8:30 to 11 pm (duration 15 min)
  • Parc des Crépuscules, Van Horne Av. near Saint-Urbain St., on the west side of the warehouse

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