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Door, Sash and Blind facory, located at 120 Bayfield Street, was built in 18682021-09-16T19:36:44-04:00
Looking North on Bayfield Street towards the Simcoe Hotel during the ‘Big Dig’ in the summer of 19892021-07-26T15:52:10-04:00
The Bell Canada Central Office located at 140 Bayfield Street2021-03-06T22:04:30-05:00
Advertisement Bell Telephone’s Open House at their new Central Office at 140 Bayfield Street2021-03-06T20:54:11-05:00
The house at 169 Bayfield Street was once the home of H.B. Joyner, John Barr and George Ball2021-02-13T18:39:24-05:00
he South side of 178 Bayfield Street, home of former 1908 Barrie mayor John H. Bennett2021-01-14T21:22:40-05:00
This Queen Anne style home was built in 1895 for John H. Bennett, Mayor of Barrie in 19082021-01-14T21:17:13-05:00
The home at 178 Bayfield Street was built for John H. Bennett, Mayor of Barrie in 19082021-01-14T21:07:37-05:00
The home at 178 Bayfield Street once belonged to Mayor John H. Bennett2021-01-14T20:54:30-05:00
Carnoevar located at 5 Wellington Street East was built in 1863 for barrister D’Alton McCarthy2020-11-03T12:05:47-05:00
Demolition of wheelwright and carpenter shop located on Bayfield Street behind the Simcoe Hotel2020-07-13T17:01:40-04:00
The beginning of demolition of Jerry’s TV original location on Collier Street2020-05-18T11:59:08-04:00
Smith and Moore Cabinet Makers and Undertakers located at 64 Bayfield Street2020-04-23T17:01:01-04:00
A receipt from Barr and Henry Carriage and Wagon Makers. Their factory was located at the corner of Collier and Bayfield Streets2020-04-23T16:54:10-04:00
McKenzie’s Esso Station located at the Northwest corner of Ross and Bayfield Streets2020-04-17T14:12:22-04:00
Sales receipt for windows and hardware from Ball Planing Mill on Bayfield Street2020-04-16T18:03:40-04:00
Looking North at Highway 400 from the Sunnidale Road overpass2020-10-17T19:18:46-04:00
Former Barrie Hardware store located at 40 Bayfield Street that was owned by John L. Coffey2019-11-05T21:12:17-05:00
Speedy Bay Car Wash located at 2 Bayfield Street is demolished2019-11-03T12:18:51-05:00
Demolition of Speedy Bay Car Wash that was located at 2 Bayfield Street2019-11-03T12:16:21-05:00
A view of Speedy Bay Car Wash located at the foot of Bayfield Street2019-10-31T11:25:39-04:00
Former Free Methodist Church located at 200 Bayfield Street2019-10-25T17:07:17-04:00
Looking West along Elizabeth (Dunlop) Street from Five Points2021-05-20T16:14:45-04:00
The steamer ‘Islay’ at the Bayfield Street wharf2019-10-22T19:47:29-04:00
Free Methodist Church that stood at 200 Bayfield Street2019-10-20T12:35:00-04:00
Former Creswicke family located at 190 Bayfield Street2019-10-18T15:44:14-04:00
Former Creswicke home located at 190 Bayfield Street and Dalton Street2019-10-18T15:06:18-04:00
Former Creswicke home located at 190 Bayfield Street2019-10-18T15:02:34-04:00
An igloo float in the Santa Claus Parade2019-01-20T16:20:18-05:00
Fred Davis stands at Five Points during the Winter Carnival2019-01-19T20:42:44-05:00
A view from the bay looking North on Bayfield Street2019-01-10T07:07:38-05:00
The North side of Elizabeth Street between Bayfield Street and John Street (now Maple Avenue).2019-01-09T07:43:19-05:00
Looking West along the North side of Elizabeth Street at the Summersett (Wellington) Hotel.2021-07-27T15:50:17-04:00
Downtown Land Registry Map Showing Bayfield Street Between Market and William Streets.2018-04-08T15:35:37-04:00
Land registry map showing plan of building and park lots between Sunnidale Road, 5th Concession, Bayfield Street, Wellington Street and Toronto Street.2018-01-21T16:52:20-05:00
Elsie Bigelow (left) and the Dinsmore family pose on the Government dock at the foot of Bayfield Street.2017-05-30T23:42:05-04:00
A local parade marches down Dunlop Street towards Bayfield Street.2017-05-30T23:33:46-04:00
The main dock lies empty at the base of Bayfield Street.2017-05-30T23:21:29-04:00
Looking towards the bus depot on Simcoe Street. The condo at the foot of Bayfield Street is seen under construction.2017-05-29T20:34:42-04:00
B.A.C. Regatta near the government dock at the end of Bayfield Street.2017-05-29T18:40:55-04:00
Looking at Steele’s China Shop on the corner of Bayfield and Collier Streets.2017-05-29T17:49:01-04:00
The Serendipity Princess docks at the base of Bayfield Street.2017-04-29T17:23:32-04:00
The Steeles China Shop, located at the corner of Collier Street and Bayfield Street, stands boarded up and ready for demolition.2017-04-29T17:20:12-04:00
The Simcoe Hotel located at the Five Points intersection.2017-04-29T17:19:53-04:00
Steeles China and Gift Shop on the corner of Collier Street and Bayfield Street is prepared for demolition.2017-04-29T17:19:22-04:00
Delaney Boat Lines at Base of Bayfield Street. Lorne Jackson’s 27 foot Shephard boat.2017-04-29T17:00:08-04:00
A police car blocks off Dunlop Street between Maple Street and Bayfield Street after a fire ravages the Royal Thai business in the Wellington Hotel building at Five Points.2018-04-08T15:06:02-04:00
The devastating remains of a fire at Wellington Hotel at five points.2017-04-04T22:49:43-04:00
Steeles China and Gift Shop on Collier Street and Bayfield Street when demolition begins.2017-04-04T22:34:50-04:00
Looking up Bayfield Street at Five Points while firefighters battle the blaze on the South East corner.2017-03-29T01:07:09-04:00
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