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A view of the Queen’s Hotel and portions of Armstrong Hardware and the Municipal Savings and Loan company in it’s first location on Dunlop Street2019-11-03T12:42:42-05:00
A view of Barrie from the water. City Hall and the old fire hall are visible2019-10-19T21:24:52-04:00
A local parade marches along Dunlop Street (2).2017-05-29T20:45:36-04:00
Aerial view of Post Office Square and downtown area,between Mulcaster and Owen Streets.2017-10-15T23:11:39-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar (2).2016-09-06T13:50:29-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar (7).2016-09-06T13:52:00-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar (5).2016-09-06T13:54:38-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar (3).2016-09-06T13:49:20-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar (8).2016-09-06T13:48:45-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar. John Gould on Clarinet, was a guest, would just show up and play. He was world-wide known for his art and his clarinet playing (1).2016-09-06T13:45:02-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar. The Clarinet player is unidentified (6).2016-09-06T13:46:58-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar (9).2016-09-06T13:46:29-04:00
Fig Leaf Band performs at the Queens Hotel on Dunlop Street East. The Fig Leaf Band consisted of John Potts on Trumpet, Ted Fry on Drums, Dave Rawlings on Banjo, Geoff Mulholand on Keyboard, Rodger Kerslake on Trombone, and Bruce Rumble on Bass Guitar. The Clarinet player is unidentified (4).2016-09-06T13:47:56-04:00
Looking over Dunlop Street East and Station Gore from the railway station tower.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Looking East down Dunlop Street East from top of Fred Grant Square.2016-07-08T04:41:53-04:00
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
Queens Hotel Resturant and Bar on Dunlop Street East.2016-07-06T18:52:58-04:00
Looking down Dunlop Street East from the foot of Owen Street towards Mulcaster Street. The secton of buildings on the left is known as Sanders Block and was built in 1880.2016-06-30T22:03:56-04:00
Looking North East over the downtown core from the condominium at the foot of Maple Avenue.2016-09-05T23:39:10-04:00
The Queen’s Hotel on Dunlop Street.2016-06-17T13:33:06-04:00
The Queen’s Hotel rear parking at 86 and 88 Dunlop Street East.2016-06-17T13:33:05-04:00
A postcard of Dunlop Street looking West with the Queen’s Hotel on the right.2016-12-10T21:54:10-05:00
Dunlop Street looking West showing Queen’s Hotel with a lineup of Pfaff cars parked in front of it.2016-05-23T23:41:40-04:00
Dunlop Street showing multiple stores between Queen’s Hotel and Pfaff store, as well as a Pfaff motor vehicle.2016-05-23T23:42:16-04:00
A very busy day on Dunlop Street with the Queen’s Hotel to the right and the Post Office on the left.2016-05-11T19:19:35-04:00
The intersection of Dunlop Street and Mulcaster Street facing West with the Wellington Hotel in the far centre.2016-05-02T10:05:55-04:00
Heading West on Dunlop Street past the Barrie Examiner office on the left and both the original Queen’s Hotel (near right) and the present day Queen’s Hotel, then Barrie Hotel (far right).2016-05-01T19:55:48-04:00
Dunlop Street from Mulcaster Street with a view to the West. The Barrie Examiner newspaper office is on the left and the Queen’s Hotel is on the right. This location of the Queen’s was farther east than the present day site and burned down in 1915.2018-07-10T07:18:27-04:00