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Houses at 117 and 113 Owen Street2022-07-02T21:55:31-04:00
The former home of merchant and Registrar of Deeds, George Vickers2022-04-09T15:43:23-04:00
The East side of the Ardagh row houses built in the 1860’s at the corner of Owen and Worsley Streets2022-03-25T11:42:48-04:00
The Ardaph cottages were built in the 1860’s by former mayor William D. Ardagh at 70 Worsley Street2022-03-25T11:37:36-04:00
Looking at the Ardagh cottages at the corner of Owen and Worsley Streets2022-03-25T11:40:00-04:00
Lilac Villa was the home of Barrie architect Thomas Kennedy (1849-1916)2022-01-16T09:22:45-05:00
The restoration of the historic Thomas Kennedy home, Lilac Villa, on Owen Street2022-01-16T09:15:34-05:00
Historic Lilac Villa, the Thomas Kennedy house, had a house fire in 20172022-01-16T09:07:21-05:00
A 1959 calendar from Bauldry’s grocery store2021-10-14T20:43:03-04:00
Business card for Bauldry’s grocery store on Owen Street2021-10-14T20:40:19-04:00
Ken and Bob Bauldry, owners of Bauldry’s Grocerteria on Owen Street2021-10-14T20:37:21-04:00
Bob Bauldry at Bauldry’s store on Owen Street2021-10-14T20:35:11-04:00
Looking at the South side of Baldry’s store on Owen Street2021-10-14T20:33:03-04:00
A group of men stand next to a track at Bauldry’s grocery store on Owen Street2021-10-14T20:30:51-04:00
Bauldry’s delivery truck at their store on Owen Street2021-10-14T20:28:25-04:00
he Bauldry’s on the steps of their Owen Street grocery store2021-10-14T20:25:26-04:00
The deli case at Bauldry’s store on Owen Street2021-10-14T20:23:30-04:00
The Bauldry grocery store delivery truck2021-10-14T20:20:44-04:00
One of Bauldry’s delivery trucks2021-10-14T20:18:21-04:00
Bauldry’s grocery store at the corner of Owen Street and East Streets2021-10-14T20:16:16-04:00
-Downtown-A view of Bauldry’s grocery store at the corner of Owen and East Streets2021-10-14T20:13:15-04:00
A side view of Bauldry’s delivery truck2021-10-14T20:08:59-04:00
A flyer advertising the opening of Bauldry’s grocery store2021-10-14T20:14:15-04:00
The federal building (post office) built in the 1950’s at the Northwest corner of Collier and Owen Streets, the former site of the Victoria Schoo2021-09-16T13:17:45-04:00
A view from the water of the downtown showing the Fred Grant Square area and construction of the Municipal Savings and Loan building on Collier Street2021-09-16T08:24:40-04:00
Construction is underway to build a new Toronto Dominion bank on the North East corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets2021-09-16T08:17:46-04:00
The building designed by Thomas Kennedy at the North East corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets is being demolished2021-09-16T08:12:15-04:00
Demolition of the building at the North East corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets, designed by Thomas Kennedy, is underway2021-09-16T08:07:23-04:00
A view of the former post office and Bank of Toronto building designed by Shearman Bird and built in 1872 on the East side of Owen Street2021-09-16T07:31:17-04:00
A view of the former Mechanic’s Institute building on the East side of Owen Street between Dunlop and Collier Streets2021-09-16T07:25:50-04:00
The East side of Owen Street between Dunlop and Collier Streets. A portion of the former Mechanic’s Institute can be seen on the right2021-09-15T22:14:34-04:00
A view of the South side of Dunlop Street and Memorial Square2021-07-07T20:37:51-04:00
The former home of merchant William Charles Hunter and his wife Claudina located at 159 Owen Street2021-04-17T13:36:50-04:00
The Central School (later renamed Victoria School) which was located on the North West corner of Collier and Owen Streets2021-11-12T22:36:00-05:00
Cadet inspection on Dunlop Street between Owen and Clapperton Streets on May 20, 19482020-08-28T09:46:11-04:00
A band from Central Collegiate marches west on Dunlop Street May 15, 1948 as part of Cadet inspection2020-08-28T09:45:31-04:00
A view of National Trust and Dollarama, one time TD Bank and Zeller’s, from Owen Street.2020-08-07T11:57:27-04:00
The old Barrie Post Office on the South East corner of Collier and Owen Streets. The Barrie Mill and Fire Hall can be seen further East on Collier Street2020-07-24T12:55:04-04:00
Looking East on Collier Street towards the post office, Parker grist mill and fire hall on the South side of the street and the Victoria school and Trinity Anglican church building on the North side.2020-07-23T22:07:25-04:00
The Mechanics Institute located at 17 Owen Street which later became the first Barrie Public Library2020-05-28T14:40:58-04:00
An interior view of the Caldwell Drugstore located at the Northwest corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets. The dispensary can be seen at the back of the store2020-04-24T17:36:57-04:00
Caldwell’s Drugstore at the Northwest corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets. George Caldwell attained his PHMB degree in 19322020-04-24T17:34:31-04:00
A view of Caldwell’s Drugstore located at the Northeast corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets2020-04-24T17:14:39-04:00
The ‘Gardens’ at the foot of Owen Street, this area was referred to as Station Gore, Memorial, Post Office or Fred Grant Square2020-01-25T13:40:15-05:00
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 Memorial Square and the North West corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets2019-10-19T20:14:23-04:00
Two women in period costume stand at Owen and Dunlop Streets during the Centennial celebrations2019-01-19T20:30:57-05:00
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