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Looking toward the pipe organ at the front of Collier Street Methodist Church2021-08-21T20:42:32-04:00
Looking out over the interior of Collier Street Methodist Church from the upper gallery2021-08-21T20:39:32-04:00
A view of the South side of Dunlop Street and Memorial Square2021-07-07T20:37:51-04:00
A postcard view from the water of post office square and the Barrie train station2021-01-24T12:24:58-05:00
A view from the water of Dunlop Street East2021-01-01T13:51:28-05:00
Looking East from the Fire Hall tower at Collier Street, the Methodist church and the Victoria Hotel2021-07-24T15:06:51-04:00
Back Row – Rev. Don Jay, Rev. Dennis Posno, Robert and Bruce Halfyard. Front Row – Mary MacDonald, Audrey Halfyard Monk, Audrey V. Halfyard (celebrating 100 years), Janice Laking2020-09-12T19:04:06-04:00
Centennial Service in August at Collier Street United Church (back of photo)2020-04-05T14:13:19-04:00
Centennial Service in August at Collier Street United Church2020-04-05T14:10:18-04:00
Collier Street United Church ushers at the centennial service during Barrie’s centennial (back)2020-04-05T14:07:27-04:00
Collier Street United Church ushers at the centennial service during Barrie’s centennial2020-04-05T14:04:32-04:00
A group of women from Collier Street United Church2020-03-22T18:15:39-04:00
Collier Street United Church and manse2020-03-22T18:10:35-04:00
The steeple of Collier Street United Church2020-03-22T16:37:59-04:00
Looking West on Collier Street at Collier Street United Church and Sunday School building2020-03-22T16:39:32-04:00
The cornerstone of Collier Street Methodist Church2020-03-22T16:40:58-04:00
A side view of the entrance to Collier Street United Church. The manse can be seen on the left and Lally House on the right2020-03-22T16:41:33-04:00
Looking East along the shoreline from the bottom of Toronto Street2020-01-11T17:32:34-05:00
A view from the ice of court house hill and City Hall2019-10-19T20:03:20-04:00
Village in the Valley photograph by Nora Marshall. Collier Street Church and the bay can be seen in this photo2022-01-16T09:36:59-05:00
Road construction in front of Collier Street United Church.2019-01-08T20:22:55-05:00
Collier Street Church in winter prior to 1976.2019-01-08T20:12:56-05:00
A view of Collier Street Church in winter. Although the exact date is unknow, it is prior to 1976 when the courthouse in the background was demolished.2019-01-08T20:11:12-05:00
Collier Place nearing completion. Bayshore Motel is in the foreground.2019-01-08T19:07:37-05:00
The building of Collier Place is in progress.2019-01-08T19:05:30-05:00
Collier Street Church is building Collier Place.2019-01-08T19:03:33-05:00
Collier Street United Church before the construction of Collier Place.2019-01-08T19:01:35-05:00
Collier Street Church prepares for demolition before Collier Place build can start.2019-01-08T18:59:25-05:00
Collier Street Church before the demolition of Sunday School built in 1907.2019-01-08T18:57:03-05:00
Looking towards the bay and the old Barrie Court House.2019-01-08T20:17:22-05:00
A group of girls from Sunday School at the Collier Street United Church, including Mossie McCutcheon, graduate from Canadian Girls in Training.2018-12-08T11:45:33-05:00
Interior of Collier Street United Church (2).2018-11-11T10:11:15-05:00
Interior of Collier Street United Church.2018-11-11T10:07:07-05:00
Collier Street United Church (2).2018-11-11T10:01:11-05:00
Collier Street United Church.2018-11-11T10:01:38-05:00
Collier Street Methodist Church choir. Photo taken by Barton Photography.2019-01-09T07:10:43-05:00
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
Looking East towards Collier Street United Church and Collier Place Apartments.2016-12-16T13:51:22-05:00
Collier Street near Poyntz Street, showing Collier Street United Church and Collier Place.2016-09-10T20:49:36-04:00
A choir performs in the sanctuary of Collier Street United Church.2017-02-09T16:20:47-05:00
Barrie Central Principal (left) Don Neilson speaks with two others outside of City Hall on Collier Street.2016-09-05T16:07:36-04:00
Looking over Mulcaster and Collier Streets from the Jail. Collier Street United Church is seen on the left, the Market Building is seen on the right.2016-07-08T18:25:10-04:00
Looking over Dunlop Street East and Station Gore from the railway station tower.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Delivery of Reapers and Mowers Parade in front of the American Hotel (Yank) and newly renovated (1877) Market Building looking East on Collier Street.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Looking down at Fred Grant Square between Dunlop Street East and Lakeshore Drive form the East side of the condominum at the foot of Maple Avenue.2016-07-06T20:07:34-04:00
Collier Street looking East from Mulcaster Street. Collier Street United Church, originally built as a Methodist church in 1864 still stands today.2016-07-06T02:41:14-04:00
Looking North East at the corner of Collier and Mulcaster Streets.2016-07-05T03:10:46-04:00
Homes surrounding Collier Street United Church.2016-07-01T05:20:49-04:00
Looking West at Collier Street United Church originally built in 1869.2016-06-30T21:54:30-04:00
Looking North East over the downtown core from the condominium at the foot of Maple Avenue.2016-09-05T23:39:10-04:00
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