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Looking East on Collier Street towards the post office, Parker grist mill and fire hall on the South side of the street and the Victoria school and Trinity Anglican church building on the North side.2020-07-23T22:07:25-04:00
Looking West along Worsley Street from the court house. The chimney from Dougall’s Furniture can be seen, as well as Trinity Church2020-07-03T15:06:44-04:00
The Barrie Presbyterian Church on Collier Street between Clapperton and Owen Streets. It was later sold to the Salvation Army2020-05-28T14:34:00-04:00
A view of downtown from the ice2019-10-31T11:20:57-04:00
A view from the shoreline of downtown and Trinity Church2019-10-19T20:52:36-04:00
A view of Memorial Square and the North West corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets2019-10-19T20:14:23-04:00
Memorial Square and the North West corner of Dunlop and Owen Streets2019-01-10T07:23:18-05:00
North side of Dunlop Street between Clapperton and Owen Streets. The roofs of the Victoria school and Trinity Anglican Church can be seen in the background.2019-01-09T07:23:20-05:00
Opening of the Parish Hall at Trinity Anglican Church on Collier Street.2017-05-03T16:46:11-04:00
The Barrie Collegiate Band leaves Trinity Anglican Church and prepares to march East on Collier Street.2017-03-29T00:52:38-04:00
Opening of the Parish Hall at Trinity Anglican Church on Collier Street.2017-05-03T16:46:18-04:00
Motor bikes prepare to race at the Barrie Winter Carnival. Trinity Anglican Church and the downtown skyline can be seen in the distance.2017-02-26T14:42:35-05:00
Excavating the lot where the congregational church was to build the Trinity Anglican Church Parish Hall on Collier Street.2017-02-21T16:44:58-05:00
Orniment atop of the congregational church building below Trinity Anglican Church on Collier Street.2017-02-16T21:06:32-05:00
Exterior of the old congregational church below Trinity Anglican Church on Collier Street. Emmanuel Baptist Church can be seen in part to the right of it.2017-02-14T14:09:53-05:00
Trinity Anglican Church sits nessled amongst other modern buildings in the downtown core.2016-09-15T21:20:29-04:00
Copy of a photo taken before 1917 showing Collier Street with Trinity Church and Victoria School.2016-09-12T03:17:25-04:00
Looking at Trinity Anglican Church from the Roof of 85 Bayfield Street.2016-09-08T17:53:30-04:00
The manse for Trinity Anglican Church located at 83 Clapperton Street.2016-09-05T17:02:21-04:00
Looking East at the Trinity Anglican Church from the top of the hill on Collier Street.2017-02-09T13:57:19-05:00
Postcard looking West down Collier Street at Victoria (Central) School and at Congregational and Trinity Churches.2016-09-05T16:29:32-04:00
Looking East towards Trinity Anglican Church from the roof of 85 Bayfield Street.2016-09-07T23:17:27-04:00
Looking East towards Trinity Anglican Church and buildings on Collier Street.2016-09-07T23:18:20-04:00
Looking at Collier Street, facing North from Dunlop Street East. From left to right the buildings seen are the Presbyterian Church, the second Trinity Anglican Church and Central (Victoria) Public School.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Trinity Anglican Church and Parish Hall on Collier Street.2016-07-08T04:46:13-04:00
Built on the highest peak in the town, this is the second Trinity Anglican Church building. This building still stands today. Below is the Sunday school building built in 1870 using fittings from the first Trinity building.2020-05-14T14:23:10-04:00
Looking over Dunlop Street East from the condominium at the foot of Maple Avenue.2016-07-06T15:57:18-04:00
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
The interior of the Trinity Anglican Church.2016-06-09T23:50:11-04:00
Trinity Anglican Church perched on a hill above Collier Street. The steeple in this photograph was destroyed by fire on May 9, 1934 and never replaced.2016-12-18T12:39:55-05:00
Central School, which became Victoria School in 1920, was located on the Northwest corner of Owen Street and Collier Street. It was demolished and the second Post Office replaced it after 1958. This too was torn down and a Scotia Bank sits there now. Notice the (now gone) steeple of Trinity Anglican Church behind the school.2016-05-02T10:03:11-04:00
Market Square, the Barrie Jail and the original Trinity Anglican Church.2016-04-28T21:39:27-04:00
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