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Civic leaders and the public participate in the first-ever City Council meeting in the new City Hall Building at 70 Collier Street (36).
Steam Engine 1531 being prepared to be moved to the Simcoe County Museum in Midhurst.
Looking at the Duckworth Street Highway 400 underpass bridge from the parking lot of Zehrs.
The old shoe factory on Dunlop Street.
Canadian National Railway Station featuring Via Rail Train #2 and Canadian Pacific Rail Sleeping Car, ‘The Brock Manor’.
Dunlop Street’s Imperial Theatre and Miramar Gardens.
Looking West at the Barrie Fire Hall on Collier Street.
Railway crossing at Minet’s Point Road.
Ms. Goodfellow (Baker) in centre poses with staff from 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Picture of the intersection of Essa Road and Gowan Street.
Former Mayors Jeff Lehman and Dave Aspden share a laugh while Barrie’s first Mayor Willard Kinzie shares.
Penetang Street and Codrington Street between Mulcaster Street and Dundonald Street.
Looking West down Kempenfelt Drive from Nelson Square.
Aerial view showing Marina, Kempenfelt Bay and Bradford Street area.
Front entrance to Dangerfield Motors on Bradford Street.
Robert Tordiff’s ration book 6 (front).
Inventory of damage caused by the tornado on Essa Road near Fairview Road and Highway 400 (8).
Residence at 10 Gray Lane.
Barrie Central Collegiate Sport equipment storage (6).
Former Mayor Jim Perri shares at Mayors’ Seat at City Hall (3).
Looking through the grass at Little Lake.
Byron-Graham Motors on Bradford Street.
Steam Engine 1531 on display on Lakeshore Drive. Tandy Leather and Sewage Treatment Plant can be seen in the background.
Inventory of damage caused by the tornado (12).
YMCA and Bank of Toronto building at the corner of Bradford Street and Tiffin Street near the Allandale Train Station.
East side of Poyntz Street between Worsley Street and Collier Street.
View from Mulcaster Street looking towards Kempenfelt Bay, as seen from the McDonald Street and Mulcaster Street intersection.
Canadian Division Police Race at Barrie Raceway.
Inventory of Essa Road between Ferndale Drive and Coughlin Road prior to construction (1).
Inventory of Wellington Street West and surrounding streets between Bayfield Street and Sunnidale Road prior to construction (3).
George Dangerfield’s Chev Olds franchise on Bradford Street across from Honest Joe’s. He moved from Collier Street where the Greyhound Bus Station was.
A teacher assists with ongoing construction on Algonquin Ridge Elementary School on Golden Meadow Road (1).
Mayor Ross and Marie Archer Outside of City Hall.
Residence at 26 Weldon Street.
Docks and boats at Little Lake.
Conductor Morley Calvert receives flowers following a performance during the Barrie Central Band’s Euopean tour.
Inventory of Wellington Street West and surrounding streets between Bayfield Street and Sunnidale Road prior to construction (18).
Exterior of Gary’s Barber Shop on Essa Road.
The Thinker monument outside of MacLaren Art Centre on Collier Street.
Barrie’s finest battle the blaze at Five Points. The fire took out the historic Wellington Hotel and surrounding buildings (9).
City Hall on Mulcaster Street is decorated for the Christmas season.
Mayor Ross Archer stands beside a military official during a special presentation at City Hall on Mulcaster Street
Barrie Central Collegiate Locker Room (6).
Inventory of damage caused by the tornado on Essa Road near Fairview Road and Highway 400 (18).
Inventory of destruction caused by the tornado (7).
Cathy, Glen and Carol Warnica preparing for a bikeathon in the parking lot of Barrie Central Collegiate facing East.
A Barrie Central Collegiate display showing the work of Latin students.
A steam locomotive facing South, parked beside the coal chute in the Allandale rail yard.
A misty view of the Marina from a condominium on Toronto Street.
Looking East down Kempenfelt Drive from Nelson Square.
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