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Lansdowne Street in Montréal was one of the shortest streets in Montréal.
In the Griffintown district near downtown, immediately south of Notre-Dame, it branched off Eleanor street and went east for about 20 meters before ending in a dead-end.
It fell prey to the area development surrounding the ÉTS and is now totally indistinguishable from the area next to it.
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