Heather C. over at Museum Windsor saw the post a few weeks ago about Stuart Street and sent along the maps above to help solve the mystery.
In that post I noted how looking through old maps, I couldn’t locate Stuart Street, which according to a council report, still exists on the books with a right of way that is now an alley. Turns out Stuart Street (shown above just above the sideways “6”) was the east half of Pitt St. Most of which disappeared under the Casino in the 1990s. Apparently I didn’t go back far enough as Stuart Street was noted on the 1885 map of Windsor, but by 1900 or so, it had been renamed to Pitt St.
As of 1896, what is today an alley (and the Stuart St right of way) was home to a fire station, and the land that belongs to the crown, was vacant then as well…
Big thanks to Heather for helping to solve this mystery.