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Looking West at Collier Street United Church originally built in 1869.
Sports enthusiasts try their hand at stand up paddle-boarding, canoeing and kayaking (2).
Supertest service station and no. 183 Bradford Street.
Aerial view showing Napier Street and surrounding area.
An Impala convertible sits in the parking lot of the Wellington Plaza. The original Bowlerama is to the left and the Power store is on the right.
Looking North from a flower garden at Centennial Park.
89 Berczy Street, built by painter, Paul H. Stewart in the 1880’s. Stewart designed the home specifically so one portion would face the lake.
Civic leaders visit with Alderman Ralph Snelgrove in an office at the new City Hall Building at 70 Collier Street (5).
Barrie Collegiate Band playing on Gull Lake Barge in Gravenhurst.
Inventory of Essa Road between Ferndale Drive and Coughlin Road prior to construction (4).
Panoramic view of Downtown featuring TD Bank and National Bank on the corners of Owen Street and Dunlop Street as viewed from Kempenfelt Bay.
Inventory of construction on the Duckworth Street Highway 400 underpass bridge (19).
Inventory of Wellington Street West and surrounding streets between Bayfield Street and Sunnidale Road prior to construction (1).
Barrie Central Collegiate Offices (23).
Aerial view of Formosa Springs Brewery later to become the Molson Brewery site (2).
Barrie Collegiate Band ensemble featuring Bruce Poppleton, Gerry Stubbings, Sylvia and Joan Fisher and Nancy Cameron.
Former Mayor Dave Aspden shares at Mayors’ Seat at City Hall (3).
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 (7).
N0. 105 Essa Road to the corner of Innisfil Street.
Looking down the path that leads to Little Lake from where Duckworth Street turns into Little Lake Road.
Willard Kinzie in his office at Kentucky Fried Chicken on Dunlop Street East.
Government Dock at Dock Road looking out to Kempenfelt Bay (1).
Construction fencing used during Lakeshore Drive extension construction, train passing Allandale Train Station in background.
A young man swings on a children’s swing set in the backyard of a home on Bertha Avenue.
A Postcard showing Barrie Post Office across from the Grand Trunk Railway Station at Post Office Square on Dunlop Street East.
Allandale boarding house.
Postcard showing beautiful pine trees that line Highway 11 South near Mapleview Drive.
Mayor portrait of Jim Perri Mayor from 2001 to 2003.
Cadets Parade at North East Corner of Mary Street and Dunlop Street.
Places In Time: A Nostalgic Walking Tour of Downtown Barrie (08).
Barrie Central Collegiate Hallways (30).
A view of the front of the Armouries located in Queens Park.
Exterior of Addie’s Confectionary on Essa Road.
Barrie’s finest battle the blaze at Five Points. The fire took out the historic Wellington Hotel and surrounding buildings (3).
Aerial View of Downtown and surrounding area (4).
Thos Sibbald and Kathleen Owens at the Sibbald family reunion picnic in Tollendal.
A young man runs with the football toward the field goal line at a Barrie Central Collegiate football game.
Poytnz Street residence (1).
Railroaders pose with Lady Elgin engine parked in the Allandale rail yard.
Fill being adding in the former Allandale Railyard during the construction for the Lakeshore Drive extension. (2)
Barrie Public Utility workers work hard to restore power on Patterson Road following the tornado.
Flower beds along the waterfront on Lakeshore Drive between Victoria Street and Tiffin Street.
Baton twirling in the nursery rhymes themed Winter Carnival Parade on Kempenfelt Drive East at the St. Vincent Park area.
Rooms at the Bayshore Motor Hotel, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mayor.
Fire at Sam the Record Man on the Northeast corner of Five Points (1).
Restoration of the centre block of the Allandale Train Station.
Views from the rooftop of Barrie Central Collegiate on Bradford Street (17).
Debris is spread throughout the South end after the May 31, 1985 tornado.
Room 201, Mr Boswell’s class at Prince of Wales Public School with Principal McEvoy.
Robert Tordiff’s ration book 3.
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