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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 view of the Post Office on Collier Street in October.2019-01-08T19:21:33-05:00
A view of Post Office Square and CNR Station from Bayfield Street wharf.2019-01-09T07:10:01-05:00
Demolition of the Post Office.2020-02-17T13:59:19-05:00
Nine Mile Portage historical sign at Post Office Square.2017-05-03T16:46:35-04:00
Looking at the West side of the Post Office on Dunlop Street East.2017-03-03T11:33:30-05:00
Looking down Owen Street at the Post Office from Collier Street.2017-03-03T11:33:29-05:00
Looking East down Dunlop Street East from Post Office Square.2017-03-03T11:33:29-05:00
Looking towards the Post Office on Dunlop Street East.2017-03-03T11:33:27-05:00
Looking West from the Barrie Train Station on a winter day.2019-07-22T09:51:42-04:00
Looking North towards the Post Office on a winter day.2019-07-22T09:58:11-04:00
Looking down Owen Street from Collier Street towards the Post Office.2019-07-22T09:59:42-04:00
Post Office looking East from the North side of Dunlop Street.2017-02-06T23:34:21-05:00
Historical Sketch of Barrie.2016-09-11T02:42:12-04:00
Moving Day for Royal Mail at Barrie.2016-09-10T23:57:18-04:00
Aerial shot showing Owen Street leading to Dunlop Street with the Post Office (centre) and Barrie Train Station behind.2016-09-06T19:11:48-04:00
This home was built about 1885 for John Forsythe, Chief Clerk of the post office.2016-09-05T21:07:00-04:00
Looking South at the CNR Train Station at Post Office Square off of Dunlop Street East.2016-09-05T16:46:11-04:00
Looking North East at the Post Office at Post Office Square during the fire brigade responding to a fire.2017-10-15T23:14:55-04:00
Postcard showing a regatta happening on the lakefront.2016-09-05T16:32:16-04:00
Souvenir of Barrie Postcard Collection showing the Barrie CNR Station from the Government Dock at Bayfield Street.2016-09-05T16:32:15-04:00
Coloured Postcard of a regatta happening on Kempenfelt Bay in front of the Barrie Train Station.2016-09-05T16:32:14-04:00
Parade heading West down Dunlop Street East passing the foot of Owen Street and Post Office Square.2016-09-05T16:32:07-04:00
Postcard showing Dunlop Street East from Five Points.2016-09-05T16:31:53-04:00
Postcard showing the train station and cenotaph at post office square.2016-09-05T16:18:47-04:00
Aerial view of Post Office Square and downtown area,between Mulcaster and Owen Streets.2017-10-15T23:11:39-04:00
A Postcard showing Barrie Post Office across from the Grand Trunk Railway Station at Post Office Square on Dunlop Street East.2016-09-03T19:27:42-04:00
A postcard showing Dunlop Street East.2017-10-15T23:07:37-04:00
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
Looking South down Owen Street shortly after the Post Office had been removed.2016-07-08T19:17:22-04:00
A oxen drawn cart makes its way down Dunlop Street East past the Post Office during Barrie’s Diamond Jubilee Celebration.2016-07-08T18:55:34-04:00
Looking at the Post Office (right) and Bank of Toronto (left) when it was located on the East side of Owen Street below Collier Street.2016-09-02T01:18:11-04:00
Looking East down Dunlop Street towards the Post Office from the A&P Grocery Store.2016-07-06T18:56:21-04:00
Two policemen pose before getting into their vehicle on Dunlop Street East on snowy day.2016-07-06T18:52:57-04:00
Looking down Owen Street at the Post Office on Dunlop Street.2016-07-05T03:10:47-04:00
Looking North East at the Post Office on Dunlop Street East.2016-07-04T17:45:18-04:00
Looking at the Barrie Train Station, Post Office and businesses on Dunlop Street East from the Bayfield (Government) Dock.2016-07-04T17:45:18-04:00
Looking down on Post Office Square on Dunlop Street East.2016-07-04T17:45:18-04:00
The Post Office on Dunlop Street East. Originally built in 1855 this building was torn down in June 1958.2016-07-01T05:08:42-04:00
Looking at the Barrie CNR station and Post Office from the Government Dock at the foot of Bayfield Street.2016-06-30T22:10:02-04:00
City Post Office located on the site of the old Victoria School on the corner of Collier Street and Owen Street. This structure was built in 1955 and was removed and replaced by the Scotiabank.2016-09-02T01:33:17-04:00
Looking North East over the downtown core from the condominium at the foot of Maple Avenue.2016-09-05T23:39:10-04:00
Looking over Dunlop Street East from the condominium at the foot of Maple Avenue.2016-07-06T15:57:18-04:00
A postcard of the Grand Trunk Railroad station, South of Post Office Square (Memorial Square).2016-06-27T02:57:23-04:00
The clock tower and Post Office on Dunlop Street East on a sunny day.2016-06-25T18:45:30-04:00
Looking East down Collier Street at Collier Street Baptist Church and the newly constructed Post Office on the corner of Owen Street. Trinity Anglican Church can be seen on the hill above Collier Street Baptist Church.2016-06-25T18:45:30-04:00
Looking down at the Post Office from the West side of Owen Street as it’s prepared to be taken down.2016-06-26T16:21:06-04:00
Observing the demolition of the Post Office from the South side of what would be renamed Fred Grant (Memorial) square.2016-06-25T18:45:30-04:00
A postcard showing the Train Station and Post Office taken from the Bayfield dock.2016-06-24T21:00:09-04:00