Hamilton Harbour Queen
Provides sight seeing and lunch/dinner cruises around the Bay
Pier 4 Park, Hamilton, ON, Canada
Pier 4 Park - Ráfaga is a Spanish word meaning a gust (of wind)
Thomas B. McQuesten High Level Bridge
The four ornamental columns, with unfilled niches for statues, guard the Eastern entrance to the City of Hamilton.
Whitehern Historic House and Garden
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Canadian Football Hall of Fame
Sanford Family Vault
Scottish Rite Club of Hamilton
Hamilton Customs House
The last in a series of customs houses constructed by the colonial government, prior to Confederation.
Mahatma Gandhi Statue
Decorated by well wishers at the Annual Mahatma Gandhi Peace Festival. The statue, located at City Hall, is a gift from the Government of India to the City of Hamilton.
By William Epp, 1992. Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first Uktainian families in Canada (1892). The sculpture depicts a family walking briskly and with purpose.
City Hall, Hamilton, ON
Landed Banking and Loan Building
Main and James. Erected in 1908, it was designed by Hamilton architect Charles Mills, as a copy of New York City's Knickerbocker Trust and Safe Deposit Bank.
James and King William. Built 1923, renovated 2011.
Christ's Church Cathedral
James St. North
The last remaining example of the 27 Tribal Class destroyers built for the Royal Canadian Navy, the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy between 1937 and 1945.
Former Canadian National Railway (CNR) railway station, 1930