Cherrier Street, Montreal
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Beautiful street lined with Victorian houses well preserved, this short street from the Rue La Fontaine finish perpendicular to Saint-Denis.
It was named in honor of Como Seraphin Cherrier, a lawyer captured during the rebellion of 1837.
1878 : Opening year of this street or name change
Boroughs / districts where theses pictures where taken : Plateau Mont-Royal, Downtown, Ouest de l'Ile
CODEIMTL 4044 : Last update of this page 2009-11-06 | 7361 hits on this page since 2010/12/31
Reference book: Les Rues de Montréal, répertoire Historique see
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| Montreal's streets : some facts Source ville.montreal.qc.ca|
- Sherbrooke Street is also the provincial road 138
- Since Montreal include some suburb towns, there are three series of avenues (three 1st avenues!)
- The Côte Saint-Antoine road is the oldest track on the island that still in use. It was used by the native Amerindians to bypass the mountain
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