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Souvenir of Barrie Postcard Collection showing the Barrie Train Station and waterfront shoreline around Kempenfelt Bay.2016-09-05T16:32:17-04:00
Steam engine 3290 parked in the Allandale rail yard on a winter day.2016-09-05T15:55:40-04:00
Tiffin Street East turning onto Lakeshore Drive, showing Railroad Tracks.2016-07-18T20:19:48-04:00
Looking at a regatta happening North of the Government Dock at the foot of Bayfield Street. The Barrie Train Station can be seen on the far left, ferry boats at the Government Dock.2016-07-08T18:26:31-04:00
Looking towards the government dock on Kempenfelt Bay from around the foot of Mary Street. The steamer, “Enterprise” is parked at the dock.2016-07-08T18:25:10-04:00
Looking at Fred Grant Square at the foot of Owen Street and businesses along Dunlop Street East.2016-07-08T04:38:58-04:00
An out of commission railroad track still remains, leading to a loading dock at the former General Electric Plant on Bradford Street.2016-07-06T02:45:10-04:00
Sampson Street by the railway tracks, looking towards Dunlop Street.2016-06-11T01:24:57-04:00
The Northern and North Western Steam Engine No. 10 at the Old Grand Trunk Railway Train Station.2016-12-10T20:46:19-05:00
Children touring old 1531 on display on Lakeshore Drive.2016-05-23T15:10:17-04:00
Canadian National Train Engine 6167 at the Barrie Winter Carnival.2016-05-23T15:17:17-04:00
Viewers of a regatta in front of the Grand Trunk Railway Station in Downton Barrie.2016-05-21T20:53:41-04:00
End of the Line where Steam Engine 1531 used to sit down by Dyment’s Pond before being moved to Lakeshore Drive.2016-05-23T21:58:45-04:00
Railway tracks looking towards Mary Street from the Lakeshore area.2016-05-21T20:26:47-04:00
Looking East down the train tracks before (then) Lakeshore Drive was extended East to Mulcaster Street.2016-07-06T16:40:29-04:00
Delaney Boats at the Government Dock.2016-05-11T19:19:35-04:00
A colourized photograph of the Canadian National Railway station in Barrie.2016-05-11T19:18:30-04:00
Lots of Barrie citizens ventured down to the Government Dock for a regatta.2016-05-02T10:07:38-04:00
Postcard of Downtown Barrie showing railway lands and sail boats in the bay.2016-05-01T19:21:54-04:00
Dunlop Street buildings, the Grand Trunk Railway station and the Fire Hall Tower peeking over the rooftops.2016-05-01T19:18:56-04:00
Looking down at the Grand Trunk Railway station and Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T19:18:17-04:00
Looking North, a view of the Grand Trunk Railway station from the water of Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T19:17:59-04:00
The Grand Trunk Railway station looking West.2016-07-04T20:32:40-04:00
A scene featuring the second Grand Trunk Railway station and a view South over to Allandale.2016-12-10T20:53:38-05:00
The Barrie Railway Station and the steamer, Lady of the Lakes, docked in Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T15:16:11-04:00
Delcraft Boats located at the foot of Bayfield Street at the Government Dock.2016-04-30T21:08:14-04:00
The Barrie Railway Station with the Post Office behind left.2016-04-23T09:01:51-04:00
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
Today, Memorial Square is devoid of buildings but in 1915 the Barrie Train Station and Post Office were located here.2016-04-21T09:24:44-04:00
The Cenotaph with the Post Office to the left and the Barrie Train Station directly behind it.2016-04-21T09:23:29-04:00
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