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McKeggie and Company bank was located at 59 Dunlop Street and Memorial Square2020-01-25T14:13:47-05:00
A Memorial Square water fountain donated to the citizens of Barrie and district in 1891 by the Bank of Toronto. The fountain was refinished in 1953.2020-01-25T13:02:03-05:00
Looking East down Dunlop Street from Clapperton Street. The Bank of Toronto and Dominion House can be seen2020-01-17T16:22:06-05:00
J. Stephens Gallery next to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce on Dunlop Street.2016-09-05T19:58:02-04:00
Postcard showing Dunlop Street West at Five Points.2016-09-02T01:31:27-04:00
Looking at the Post Office (right) and Bank of Toronto (left) when it was located on the East side of Owen Street below Collier Street.2016-09-02T01:18:11-04:00
Looking West down Dunlop Street East towards Five Points from the foot of Owen Street.2016-09-02T01:31:36-04:00
Bank of Toronto Christmas party.2016-09-02T01:25:03-04:00
City Post Office located on the site of the old Victoria School on the corner of Collier Street and Owen Street. This structure was built in 1955 and was removed and replaced by the Scotiabank.2016-09-02T01:33:17-04:00
Looking towards the Wellington Hotel on Dunlop Street West from the South East corner of Bayfield Street at Five Points.2020-04-05T21:22:55-04:00
Bank of Toronto Christmas party.2016-09-02T01:25:05-04:00
Bank of Toronto Christmas party.2016-09-02T01:20:52-04:00
A yellow station wagon pulling a carriage for Park Motors makes its way down Dunlop Street through Five Points past the Bank of Nova Scotia.2016-09-02T01:27:18-04:00
Barrie’s Fire Truck passes in front of Keenan’s Music and the Bank of Nova Scotia on Dunlop Street West at Five Points during a parade.2016-09-02T01:27:31-04:00
Majorettes lead a pipe and drum band as they parade down Dunlop Street West approaching Five Points.2016-09-02T01:30:02-04:00
The newly incorporated City of Barrie Mayor, Willard Kinzie drives an old car full of children through “Kinzie’s Run” (Five Points) on Dunlop Street during a parade.2016-09-02T01:28:43-04:00
Looking West towards Five Points on Dunlop Street East.2016-09-02T01:30:15-04:00
A blue stationwagon for Harris Flowers makes its way through Five Points on Dunlop Street during a parade. The bank of Nova Scotia is seen in the background2016-09-02T01:27:25-04:00
A blue convertible pulls a Cinderella themed, Wilkie Ranger Adventurelands float through Five Points. Passing the Bank of Nova Scotia during a parade.2016-09-02T01:28:54-04:00
A miniture car pulling a yellow float pass by the Bank of Nova Scotia at Five Points during a parade.2016-09-02T01:28:24-04:00
Central School, which became Victoria School in 1920, was located on the Northwest corner of Owen Street and Collier Street. It was demolished and the second Post Office replaced it after 1958. This too was torn down and a Scotia Bank sits there now. Notice the (now gone) steeple of Trinity Anglican Church behind the school.2016-05-02T10:03:11-04:00
Where the Royal Bank stands today, on the Southwest corner of Collier and Clapperton Streets, a fire destroyed Wagg’s.2016-12-18T12:59:13-05:00
Shopping on Dunlop Street might include visits to Walkwell Shoes, Zellers or the Toronto Dominion Bank.2016-12-10T21:30:16-05:00
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