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Looking from the bay towards Memorial Square and Owen Street before Heritage Park was developed2023-01-18T19:50:53-05:00
A view of the back of the Boys Block from the water. The Brown and Company Seed warehouse can be seen on far left2022-10-21T18:23:34-04:00
The Clifton Hotel in October 1992 before demolition2021-07-16T21:20:35-04:00
Looking East along the shoreline from the bottom of Toronto Street2020-01-11T17:32:34-05:00
A view of Barrie from the water. City Hall and the old fire hall are visible2019-10-19T21:24:52-04:00
A view from the shoreline of downtown and Trinity Church2019-10-19T20:52:36-04:00
A view of Dunlop Street East of Owen Street showing the Sanders Block2019-10-19T20:29:15-04:00
A winter view of Memorial Square and Dunlop Street2019-10-19T20:22:37-04:00
A view of Lakeview Dairy from the water2019-10-19T20:10:32-04:00
A view from the ice of court house hill and City Hall2019-10-19T20:03:20-04:00
Postcard showing aerial view of Downtown Barrie.2016-05-11T19:18:30-04:00
A regatta on Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T19:22:35-04:00
A scene featuring the second Grand Trunk Railway station and a view South over to Allandale.2016-12-10T20:53:38-05:00
A postcard from Barrie sent in 1895 featuring the waterfront, Market Square and Lovers Creek.2016-05-01T18:51:50-04:00
The Barrie Railway Station and the steamer, Lady of the Lakes, docked in Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T15:16:11-04:00
The old Canadian National Railway station for Barrie.2016-05-01T03:09:43-04:00
Looking at Downtown Barrie from the Government Dock with a view of the Post Office, Train Station and rail cars being unloaded.2016-05-01T03:06:47-04:00
Looking back at Barrie from the waters of Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T03:04:26-04:00
Looking towards the Barrie Train Station from the water shortly after the removal of the Post Office.2016-07-04T00:41:21-04:00
The Barrie train station and frozen Kempenfelt Bay under a blanket of snow.2016-04-30T21:41:11-04:00
Bayview Park, now Sam Cancilla Park, sits between the waterfront and the Bayshore Motor Hotel. Behind it, top left, the dark brick building with the arched windows is the former library, now MacLaren Art Centre. Behind the library is City Hall.2016-04-30T21:34:28-04:00
Richard Stephens and his mother enjoying Bayview Park, now Sam Cancilla Park, next to Lakeview Dairy.2016-04-30T21:09:28-04:00
Nancy-Mae Dalsin, far right, then 5 years old, is standing with her family on the rocky lake shore near Tiffin Street, before Centennial Park was even begun.2016-12-10T21:34:25-05:00
Delcraft Boats located at the foot of Bayfield Street at the Government Dock.2016-04-30T21:08:14-04:00
A colour postcard showing the shore of Kempenfelt Bay, the railway tracks and Canadian National Railway Station in Barrie.2016-04-21T09:28:15-04:00
The former Bayview Park, now named Sam Cancilla Park, has long offered a great place to view the lake.2016-12-18T12:40:02-05:00
The Government Dock extends into Kempenfelt Bay.2016-04-21T09:26:22-04:00
The Cenotaph with the Post Office to the left and the Barrie Train Station directly behind it.2016-04-21T09:23:29-04:00
A cartographer’s aerial map view of Kempenfelt Bay showing a lumber mill at the shoreline.2016-04-28T21:29:38-04:00
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