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A sketch of early Barrie looking north from the head of Kempenfelt Bay2021-02-19T17:47:58-05:00
An advertisement for the steamer the Beaver which operated on Lake Simcoe2021-02-19T17:37:26-05:00
A postcard of a crowd near the government dock on a Civic holiday weekend2021-01-24T12:16:54-05:00
Advertisement from the Simcoe County Gazetteer for the steamer Ida Burton2020-02-07T16:44:17-05:00
The steamer ‘Islay’ at the Bayfield Street wharf2019-10-22T19:47:29-04:00
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
Steamer, “Orillia” docking at the Government Dock at the foot of Bayfield Street. This steamer was later remodelled and renamed the “Islay” in 1890.2016-12-10T20:46:59-05:00
Formerly named, “Orillia”, the Islay steamer arrives to dock at the Government Dock at the foot of Bayfield Street.2016-07-08T18:25:10-04:00
Steamer Geneva at the Barrie Dock as passengers embark and disembark to Oro and Innisfil at Minets Point and Big Bay Point.2016-05-21T20:42:12-04:00
A regatta on Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T19:22:35-04:00
The steamer Geneva leaving the Barrie dock.2016-05-01T19:21:19-04:00
The Barrie Railway Station and the steamer, Lady of the Lakes, docked in Kempenfelt Bay.2016-05-01T15:16:11-04:00
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