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Norris Dairy which was located at 96 Collier Street uses ‘Queen’ the horse to help deliver milk to homes2020-04-24T17:32:16-04:00
Store located at the Northeast corner of Collier and Berczy Streets. Dyke’s Meat Market was at this location that is now a post office2020-04-24T17:17:59-04:00
A view of Caldwell house built in 1865, located at 149 Collier Street at the Southeast corner of Berczy Street2020-04-24T17:07:07-04:00
Barrie waterworks stand pipe on Codrington Street which was removed in 19842020-01-15T17:41:34-05:00
A view of the lot where the water reservoir was located on Codrington Street until 19842019-10-23T13:47:22-04:00
The Santa Claus Parade is over for another year2019-01-21T21:02:48-05:00
Penquins on a float in the Santa Claus Parade on Dunlop Street West2019-01-21T21:00:53-05:00
Winnie the Pooh float in the Santa Claus Parade2019-01-21T21:00:41-05:00
Little Boy Blue and Jack and Jill float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:59:54-05:00
The Eastview Secondary School float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:58:13-05:00
The Snow Queen float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:58:04-05:00
The Old Lady in a Shoe float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:57:50-05:00
The Mother Goose float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:57:37-05:00
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:57:11-05:00
Mary Mary Quite Contrary float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:56:38-05:00
Humpty Dumpty float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:56:22-05:00
Hi Diddle Diddle float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:56:05-05:00
Goldilocks and the Three Bears float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:55:50-05:00
A centennial float in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-21T20:53:36-05:00
The Winter Carnival Queen rides on a parade float down Dunlop Street West2019-01-21T20:53:02-05:00
The Winter Carnival Parade ends near Kempenfelt Drive2019-01-21T20:52:45-05:00
Bo Peep and friend follow the Winter Carnival parade2019-01-21T20:52:36-05:00
Santa and his reindeer at the end of the Santa Claus Parade2019-01-21T20:51:31-05:00
The Road Home photograph by Nora Marshall. A woman carrying a basket walks down James Street (now Coderington) towards Berczy Street2019-01-12T10:56:16-05:00
Downtown Land Registry Map Showing Wellington Street, Berczy Street, Gunn Street, Elm Street, Oak Street and Surrounding Areas.2018-04-08T15:29:12-04:00
Downtown Land Registry Map Showing Residential Lots Between Dundonald Street, Louisa Street, Berczy Street, James Street and Surrounding Areas.2018-04-08T15:23:55-04:00
Caldwell House at Collier and Berczy Streets originally built in 1868.2017-05-29T18:38:28-04:00
Sanford House at the corner of Berczy and Eugenia Streets.2017-05-29T18:01:15-04:00
Collier Street between Owen Street and Berczy Street, showing Collier Street United Church, Collier Place and other residences and businesses.2017-02-21T16:52:23-05:00
Aerial view of the Courthouse and former jail surrounded by Worsley Street, Poyntz Street and Mulcaster Street. Berczy Street is also shown.2017-02-21T16:51:56-05:00
Eugenia Street meeting at Berzcy Street.2017-02-21T16:49:48-05:00
View of the Kempenfelt Bay from the Walking Path below Kempenfelt Drive between Berczy and St. Vincent Street.2016-09-10T20:43:13-04:00
View of Kempenfelt Bay from Walking Path below Kempenfelt Drive between Berczy and St Vincent Streets (2).2016-09-08T23:46:37-04:00
View of Kempenfelt Bay from Walking Path below Kempenfelt Drive between Berczy and St. Vincent Streets (3).2016-09-06T20:00:57-04:00
View of Kempenfelt Bay from Walking Path below Kempenfelt Drive between Berczy and St Vincent Streets (4).2016-09-06T21:09:25-04:00
This house at 1 Berczy Street is believed to been built in 1885 on the former site of Meldrum’s hotel.2016-09-06T00:37:41-04:00
93 Berczy Street, originally built in 1877 and used as the Knights of Columbus building at the time of this photo.2016-07-08T18:21:03-04:00
A historic home with a turret at 89 Berczy Street.2016-07-06T20:47:44-04:00
A postcard showing Lakeview Dairy and Kentucky Fried Chicken businesses on Dunlop Street between Poyntz and Berczy Streets.2020-07-04T18:55:20-04:00
The convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph located at 83 Berczy Street. The convent was first established in this building in 1946.2016-07-01T05:13:06-04:00
89 Berczy Street, built by painter, Paul H. Stewart in the 1880’s. Stewart designed the home specifically so one portion would face the lake.2016-07-01T05:08:42-04:00
89 Berczy Street. Built in 1880, one side of the house was built to face Kempenfelt Bay.2016-06-30T21:43:17-04:00
83 Berczy Street residence viewed from Eugenia Street, formerly a women’s and children’s crisis centre from 1981-1991.2016-06-17T13:26:52-04:00
83 Berczy Street residence, formerly a women’s and children’s crisis centre from 1981-1991.2016-06-17T13:26:52-04:00
Eugenia Street looking West from the Dundonald Street intersection, looking towards Berczy Street.2016-06-17T13:22:03-04:00
Intersection at Berczy Street and Eugenia Street, showing 85 Berczy Street residence.2016-06-17T13:22:11-04:00
Amelia Street ending at the forest off of Berczy Street.2016-06-17T13:22:40-04:00
Residence at 89 Berczy Street.2016-06-13T17:45:25-04:00
Residence at 78 Berczy Street.2016-06-13T17:46:13-04:00
Standing on Collier Street looking North West up Poyntz Street towards Berczy Street.2016-06-13T17:46:32-04:00