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Remnants of Thunder Bridge at the dead end of Foster Drive. Prior to 1964, Thunder Bridge connected a throughway from Hwy 11 to the water and was together known as Tollendal Road (2).2016-09-05T15:48:56-04:00
A student in Ms. Goodfellow’s (Baker) class at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School is caught in a candid shot before leaving for the day.2016-09-05T16:28:54-04:00
Drug store located at 6 Dunlop Street likely the location of Harry A. Smith pharmacy2020-03-30T16:38:54-04:00
Home of the Wright family on Peel Street.2020-11-03T10:58:35-05:00
A portion of the Boys Block showing the gargoyles on the building design. Stores included Garnet’s Hobbies and Roberto’s Pizzeria before it moved Eastward2019-11-03T12:47:08-05:00
Heading West on Dunlop Street past the Barrie Examiner office on the left and both the original Queen’s Hotel (near right) and the present day Queen’s Hotel, then Barrie Hotel (far right).2016-05-01T19:55:48-04:00
Army Navy And Air Force Club (ANAF) Building on George Street looking at the North and West facades.2016-10-27T04:12:16-04:00
A home is left completely gutted following the path of the tornado.2016-09-06T01:31:00-04:00
Station rail yard with VIA Engine #6540 on the tracks.2016-05-18T00:08:46-04:00
A visitor enjoys the photo gallery on display at the Mayors’ Seat Reception at City Hall.2016-11-07T11:33:55-05:00
Lount’s Castle prior to the renovation.2016-05-17T16:13:23-04:00
Looking West at the laneway that separates the Coin Laundromat from Lucky One variety on Essa Road.2016-06-24T15:01:21-04:00
Warnica Public School.2016-07-03T13:05:23-04:00
Beaver Lumber truck and workers in front of Canadian General Electric building on Bradford Street.2016-09-05T17:59:26-04:00
Members of the Barrie Collegiate Band pose outside on the stairs of BDCI (Barrie Central Collegiate) for a group shot.2016-09-06T18:48:43-04:00
Cooke Cartage assists with the clean-up of the tornado disaster (7).2016-09-05T16:05:20-04:00
Fencing and grading East of the Old Roundabout or Southshore Center, for the Lakeshore Drive extension (13).2016-07-18T20:14:29-04:00
Intersection of Essa Road with Tiffin Street.2016-06-10T03:20:57-04:00
Mayor Jeff Lehman poses with Nancy Dickey (centre) and friend in the photo booth at the Mayors’ Seat Reception at City Hall (2).2016-11-05T22:07:47-04:00
Civic leaders and the public participate in the first-ever City Council meeting in the new City Hall Building at 70 Collier Street (23).2016-09-06T04:47:15-04:00
Mayor Jeff Lehman poses with Nancy Dickey (centre) and friend in the photo booth at the Mayors’ Seat Reception at City Hall (1).2016-11-05T22:07:41-04:00
Travis Doucette and Ryan Rowell prepare to take off for an aerial photo shoot.2016-09-15T03:46:58-04:00
Looking down at Fred Grant Square between Dunlop Street East and Lakeshore Drive form the East side of the condominum at the foot of Maple Avenue.2016-07-06T20:07:34-04:00
Comet gas station at Dunlop and Ferndale Drive.2016-06-12T03:21:32-04:00
CKVR Studios at 33 Beacon Road.2016-09-05T16:19:18-04:00
North driveway entrance to the Clifton Hotel on Bradford Street.2016-06-10T03:58:46-04:00
The Kempenfelt Trumpet Band marches in the Winter Carnival Parade2019-01-19T15:51:21-05:00
MPP and race organizer George Taylor runs in first Terry Fox Ten Millon Dollar Run (1).2016-09-06T15:08:44-04:00
MPP George Taylor visits Grades 5 and 6 at Steele Street Elementary School (1).2016-09-06T20:00:31-04:00
Former Mayor Janice Laking and Elizabeth Doucette pose in the Barrie Historical Archive Photo Booth at the Mayors’ Seat Reception at City Hall.2016-11-05T20:41:11-04:00
Demolition of the former Fire Hall on Vespra Street in operation between 1965 2011 (5).2017-01-18T15:11:47-05:00
Removal of the iconic Jackson Motors ‘key’ sign from their Bradford Street location (2).2017-02-08T14:06:27-05:00
Mayor Ross Archer makes presentations during one of the first meetings in the Council Chamber at the new City Hall Building at 70 Collier Street (14).2016-09-06T04:47:38-04:00
Barrie Police and Firefighters assess the damage at Five Points after a fire takes out the Historical Wellington Hotel and nearby businesses.(24).2016-12-02T22:20:39-05:00
Looking West on Collier Street at the corner of Clapperton Street2020-04-23T17:45:54-04:00
CKVR and CKBB Television and Radio Host Wendy Hicks in the kitchen studio.2016-09-05T16:04:20-04:00
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
A colourized photograph of the Canadian National Railway station in Barrie.2016-05-11T19:18:30-04:00
Souvenir of Barrie Postcard Collection showing Minet’s Point Park.2016-09-05T16:31:55-04:00
Clark Ayres, a 4th Generation Engineer for the Canadian National Railway.2016-05-17T19:39:14-04:00
Inventory of damage caused by the tornado (28).2016-09-06T17:35:26-04:00
Steam engine 3290 parked in the Allandale rail yard on a winter day.2016-09-05T15:55:40-04:00
Construction on Jackson’s Pony Dealership on Bradford Street (6).2017-02-08T14:09:42-05:00
North wall of Webb’s Jewellery Store.2016-06-11T00:46:22-04:00
Looking at the rear of the former St. Mary’s School near Poyntz and McDonald Streets prior to demolition.2017-03-28T23:45:22-04:00
Postcard showing the Armouries beside Queen’s Park.2016-09-05T16:18:52-04:00
The Barrie Railway Station with the Post Office behind left.2016-04-23T09:01:51-04:00
George Taylor at a Remembrance Day Ceremony (1).2016-09-06T05:32:25-04:00
Inventory of damage caused by the tornado (46).2016-09-06T20:24:46-04:00
Mayor Jeff Lehman poses with a volunteer in the photo booth at the Mayors’ Seat Reception at City Hall.2016-11-05T22:08:49-04:00