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Sign for Inniswood Baptist Center on Yonge Street newly acquired by First Baptist Church.
Aerial View of Ardagh and surrounding area (3).
A teacher poses in the doorway to a classroom at Barrie Central Collegiate.
Looking East down McDonald Street from Clapperton Street at homes in the H-Block. The Barrie Public Library parking lot was built on this property.
Looking at the Exterior of Sam the Record Man and Grandma Lee’s Resturant from Five Points on Dunlop Street East.
Inventory of damage caused by the tornado on Essa Road near Fairview Road and Highway 400 (36).
Postcard showing a lakeshore scene in an unknown location.
Damaged cars are left to rest in the front yard of a home following the tornado.
Canadian National Railway Passenger Train arriving in Allandale from the Beeton Substation.
Aerial view of Post Office Square.
Civic leaders and the public participate in the first-ever City Council meeting in the new City Hall Building at 70 Collier Street (16).
Garbage and damaged trees litter the area after the May 31, 1985 tornado.
Bank of Toronto Christmas party.
Construction of 98 Queen Street. (2)
Christmas decorations and lights fill a home on Collier Street.
Looking at a passing train from the parking lot of the Allandale Train Station.
Barrie’s finest battle the blaze at Five Points. The fire took out the historic Wellington Hotel and surrounding buildings (7).
Three injured students pose on the Red Storey Field at Barrie Central Collegiate. Prince of Wales Public School can be seen in the background.
Lovers Creek running under the train trestle that goes over Cox Mill Road.
Barrie Central Collegiate Music Room (2).
Mrs. Henry’s Class at Prince of Wales Public School on Bradford Street.
Barrie Central Collegiate Offices (15).
CKVR’s orignial building being built at 33 Beacon Road.
Inventory of Wellington Street West and prior to construction (5).
School children tour the Museum train at the Allandale Train Station.
Inventory of Wellington Street West and surrounding streets between Bayfield Street and Sunnidale Road prior to construction (2).
Jim Lem preparing to open Miramar Gardens on Dunlop Street West.
Inventory of damage caused by the tornado (34).
Aerial view and surrounding area (2).
Barrie Central Redskins football team photo
Dr. Travis Doucette and Beth Foster visit at the Mayors’ Seat Reception at City Hall.
Dr. Travis Doucette shakes hands with Principal Greg Brucker after presenting him with the inaugural Barrie Historical Archive Civic Award at Mayors’ Seat at City Hall.
CKVR News vehicle.
Looking West at homes on Gowan Street from the Allandale rail yard.
Barrie Central Collegiate Hallways (29).
Barrie Central Collegiate Auditorium (39).
Aerial View of Downtown and surrounding area (24).
Boardwalk overhanging sign for Grillers Restaurant in the Wellington Plaza.
Looking South down Mulcaster Street from the parking lot beside the East side of City Hall.
Aerial looking over subdivisions between Kempenfelt Bay bottom left and Little Lake top right.
People gather outside of 110 Sunnidale Road on the corner of Sunnidale Road and Shirley Avenue.
Locals gather for the annual Rememberance Day Ceremony at Fred Grant Square.
Dr. Travis Doucette and Barry Ward pose in the photo booth at the Mayors’ Seat Reception at City Hall (1).
Barrie Police and Firefighters assess the damage at Five Points after a fire takes out the Historical Wellington Hotel and nearby businesses. (21).
Jennett’s Funeral Home on the South West corner of Bradford and John Streets.
Aerial view showing where downtown meets Allandale.
A young girl sits atop a pile of dirt at 206 Bertha Avenue. In the distance another home on the corner of Bertha Avenue and Ashford Drive is under construction.
Fencing and grading East of the Old Roundabout or Southshore Center, for the Lakeshore Drive extension (3).
Aerial view of Bayfield Street South, showing Worsley Street, Ross Street and Collier Street intersections.
A driveway to the East side of the old shoe factory, looking North towards Dunlop Street.
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