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The Mechanics Institute located at 17 Owen Street which later became the first Barrie Public Library2020-05-28T14:40:58-04:00
The Salvation Army Citadel located at 60 Collier Street2020-05-28T14:37:20-04:00
The Barrie Presbyterian Church on Collier Street between Clapperton and Owen Streets. It was later sold to the Salvation Army2020-05-28T14:34:00-04:00
-J. Galbraith and Son Exchange Block feed store at 215 Dunlop Street East which was later the Barrie Brewing Company, then Bayview Apartments2020-05-11T11:55:35-04:00
A view of the new Central United Church opened in 19582020-04-14T17:41:23-04:00
A view of Carley’s Boat Works and lakeshore2020-02-10T12:38:56-05:00
The Barrie fire hall on the South East corner of Collier and Mulcaster Streets2020-02-07T21:14:09-05:00
The Barrie General Hospital (later renamed Royal Victoria Hospital) opened on June 22, 1897 in the former Fletcher house at 63 High Street2020-01-29T19:45:26-05:00
The Fletcher House at 63 High Street would later become the Barrie General Hospital2020-01-29T19:41:59-05:00
The homes located at 64 and 66 Collier Street that were demolished to build the Civic Square Tower2019-11-07T08:49:09-05:00
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
Looking East at the demolition of Carley’s building at the foot of Mulcaster Street2019-10-31T18:35:57-04:00
Demolished residence, number 231 on unknown street.2017-05-29T17:43:30-04:00
Demolition of the Post Office.2020-02-17T13:59:19-05:00
Cars are parked along Dunlop Street East while the Barrie Train Station is demolished in the background (right).2017-03-29T00:29:37-04:00
Looking East at the Barrie Train Station as its demolished.2017-03-29T00:27:47-04:00
The Barrie Train Station comes down.2017-03-29T00:27:08-04:00
The Barrie Train Station is demolished.2017-03-29T00:21:37-04:00
Homes in the historic H-Block are demolished.2017-03-03T11:28:06-05:00
A young child plays amongst some of the ruins within the H-Block.2017-03-03T11:21:24-05:00
The fire hall on the South West corner of Collier and Mulcaster streets is demolished.2017-02-20T10:20:06-05:00
Rowanhurst, on the North East corner of High Street. Originally built by Nathaniel Dyment, this home was later owned by the Hart and Cancilla families.2019-11-14T16:01:29-05:00
The Fire Hall on the corner of Collier Street and Mulcaster Street is demolished.2017-02-14T13:27:45-05:00
Looking South down at Owen Street on a Summers day. The Post Office is being prepared to be demolished.2016-07-08T19:17:22-04:00