Glenbow Archives: NA-919-19
Title: Cricket match, Royal North-West Mounted
Police barracks, Calgary, Alberta.
Date: August 9, 1912
Photographer/Illustrator: Toole, Mrs. A. J.,
Burton Deane house on left. Horse-drawn van of
East Calgary Produce market left foreground.
Barracks vacated April 1914 and land taken over by
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. Calgary Cricket Club
played on these grounds.
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Deane House Restaurant
The Deane House is closed until 2016 for rehabilitation.
We are located on a 40 acre site at the confluence of the Bow & Elbow Rivers in the heart of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Our address is 750 - 9th Avenue S.E. Calgary,
We are right on the N.E. corner of 9th Avenue and
6th St. S.E.
We offer free parking and are wheelchair
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