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Dairy Queen on Bradford Street undergoes construction during a major renovation (2).JPG2016-09-15T04:15:34-04:00
Dairy Queen on Bradford Street undergoes construction during a major renovation (3).2016-09-15T04:15:45-04:00
Dairy Queen on Bradford Street is prepared for a major renovation (1).2016-09-15T04:16:18-04:00
Dairy Queen on Bradford Street is prepared for a major renovation (2).2016-09-15T04:16:32-04:00
Dairy Queen on Bradford Street is prepared for a major renovation (3).2016-09-15T04:17:17-04:00
Dairy Queen on Bradford Street is prepared for a major renovation (4).2016-09-15T04:17:06-04:00
Dairy Queen on Bradford Street undergoes construction during a major renovation (1).2016-09-15T04:17:37-04:00
Barrie Central Collegiate “Ripdown” Footage of 1921 Building Demolition and 1973 Renovation.2016-09-13T18:32:08-04:00
Building on Owen Street formerly known as Bauldrys under rennovation.2016-09-06T00:33:09-04:00
The remains of the original 1919 Barrie Central Collegiate building during its major renovation.2016-09-05T17:59:21-04:00
Looking South at Barrie Central Collegiate midway during its major renovation.2016-09-05T17:59:20-04:00
Mayor Grant Mayor opens the newly renovated Town Hall. Formerly the Market Building on Mulcaster Street.2016-11-20T16:20:26-05:00
Looking North East at the Market Building on Mulcaster Street after its 1877 renovation and enlargement.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Looking down Dunlop Street East from Five Points during its reconstruction.2016-07-06T20:46:33-04:00
Town Hall located at Mulcaster Street, viewed from behind following its major renovation. Prior to its renovation this was known as the Market Building.2016-07-02T23:33:31-04:00
Looking at Town Hall on Mulcaster Street after its major transformation. Prior to its renovation this was known as the Market Building.2016-07-03T00:08:19-04:00
Front Doors of Town Hall located on Mulcaster Street after its major renovation. Prior to the renovation this building was known as the Market Building.2016-07-02T23:55:49-04:00
Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers on Dunlop Street West, after its exterior renovation.2016-07-02T23:50:44-04:00
Barrie Central Collegiate on Bradford Street being prepared for its major demolition of the 1919 building and subsequent renovation and addition.2016-07-23T01:12:19-04:00
The original 1919 Barrie Central Collegiate building on Bradford Street is prepared to be torn down during major renovations.2016-07-23T01:12:11-04:00
Collier Street United Church following their addition and the construction of Collier Place apartments behind.2016-06-27T02:50:19-04:00
Collier Street United Church following their renovation and the addition of the attached Collier Place apartments behind.2016-06-27T02:50:19-04:00
A monument from the original 1919 Barrie Central Collegiate building is placed inside the courtyard of the new 1973 renovated building.2016-06-21T15:22:40-04:00
Bill Le Boeuf Jewellers on Dunlop Street after renovation.2016-05-21T17:43:17-04:00
Mayors J. Lehman and W. Kinzie open new Lakeshore road after realignment and construction.2016-05-21T18:04:22-04:00
Gold’s Shoe Repair renovation down at Clapperton Street, as viewed from inside.2016-05-21T18:04:46-04:00
Clapperton Street’s Gold’s Shoe Repair preparing for a renovation.2016-05-21T18:05:13-04:00
The inside of Gold’s Shoe Repair down on Clapperton Street, mid renovation.2016-05-21T18:05:24-04:00
Clapperton Street’s Gold’s Shoe Repair, a new floor is installed.2016-05-21T18:07:33-04:00
Clapperton Street’s Gold’s Shoe Repair business renovation.2016-05-21T18:07:27-04:00
Clapperton Street’s Gold’s Shoe Repair business exterior during renovations.2016-05-21T18:07:20-04:00
Barrie Central Collegiate, on Dunlop Street West across from Parkside Drive, how it looked before the large renovation in 1973.2016-12-18T12:40:27-05:00
The Market Building at Collier and Mulcaster Streets.2016-07-06T03:09:34-04:00
Harris Flowers, at their 99 Dunlop Street location, just prior to renovation.2016-04-27T20:06:15-04:00
A look at the interior of Harris Flowers on Dunlop Street after renovation.2016-04-27T20:05:24-04:00
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