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Land registry map showing Codrington Street, Napier Street, Rodney Street and surrounding areas.2018-04-08T15:37:23-04:00
East End Land Registry Map Showing Codrington Street, Rodney Street, Napier Street, Montbatten Crescent and Surrounding Areas.2018-04-08T15:29:36-04:00
East End Land Registry Map Showing Napier Street, Cook Street, Strabane Avenue, Rodney Street and Surrounding Areas.2018-04-08T15:28:51-04:00
Land registry map showing Codrington Street, Rodney Street, Pellew Street, Cook Street and surrounding areas.2018-04-08T15:24:08-04:00
East End Land Registry Map Showing Pellew Street, Rodney Street, Codrington Street, Cook Street and Surrounding Areas.2018-04-08T15:20:31-04:00
Land registry map showing Rodney Street, Melrose Avenue and surrounding areas.2018-04-08T15:11:04-04:00
Land registry map showing Duckworth Street, Strabane Avenue, Rodney Street, Napier Street and surrounding areas.2018-04-08T15:10:37-04:00
East End Land Registry Map Showing Codrington Street, Napier Street, Rodney Street and Surrounding Areas.2018-01-25T21:07:39-05:00
A century old home on Rodney Street.2019-07-22T10:09:03-04:00
A century old home on Rodney Street.2019-07-22T10:06:57-04:00
Looking out at Lake Simcoe and over Blake Street from a home on Rodney Street.2017-05-03T16:46:55-04:00
Side view of a century old home on Rodney Street.2019-07-22T10:07:41-04:00
47 Rodney Street, located behind the now vacant Lake Simcoe Motel. This home was built by Frederic Gore in 1849.2016-07-06T19:23:02-04:00
47 Rodney Street, build in 1849 for Grammar School Headmaster, Frederic Gore.2016-07-06T19:23:02-04:00
47 Rodney Street, originally built for Frederic Gore and later home of Sheriff B.W. Smith.2016-07-06T19:09:59-04:00
47 Rodney Street. Located behind the now defunct Lake Simcoe Motel, this regency styled cottage was built by Frederic Gore in 1849, headmaster for the Grammar School.2016-07-06T19:08:41-04:00
Looking at the West side of 47 Rodney Street with adjacent barn in backyard. This structure was originally built in 1849.2016-07-06T19:08:41-04:00
Dickinson’s Home at no. 11 Rodney Street.2016-06-21T19:42:53-04:00
Barrie Collegiate at Blake Street and Rodney Street.2016-12-18T12:02:27-05:00
120 Rodney Street on a cold winter day.2016-07-06T04:54:22-04:00
Jay Royal, wearing red, and his brother playing hockey on the backyard ice rink at 120 Rodney Street.2016-04-23T18:35:50-04:00
The Grammar School at the corner of Rodney Street and Blake Street was built in 1849. Became a High School in 1868, and then a Collegiate Institute in 1880.2016-04-28T21:38:33-04:00
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