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The Ontario Buildings were erected in 1876 after a fire destroyed the north side of Dunlop Street between Clapperton and Owen Streets2020-11-28T10:49:38-05:00
In the 1880’s, Rice’s Cigar Store and Bath Rooms were located in this building2020-11-20T15:36:27-05:00
Sidsworth family gravestone at Barrie Union Cemetery on Sunnidale Road2020-11-13T11:12:58-05:00
Located at 113 Collier Street, this house was once home to Mayor FEP Pepler, Joseph Anderton and Judge Ronald Gunn2020-11-07T10:30:11-05:00
The home of former Mayor F.E.P. Pepler, located at 113 Collier Street2020-11-06T18:30:22-05:00
Carnoevar located at 5 Wellington Street East was built in 1863 for barrister D’Alton McCarthy2020-11-03T12:05:47-05:00
Home located at 84 Wellington Street East that was designed by Eustace Bird2020-10-20T10:51:33-04:00
Home at 84 Wellington Street East designed by architect Eustace Bird2020-10-20T10:43:04-04:00
Former home of Alfred J. Carson at 77 Mary Street. Carson owned a tonsorial parlor located in a Dunlop Street cigar shop2020-10-19T17:37:35-04:00
S.S. No 12 now on Ferndale Drive was originally part of Vespra Township2020-10-16T21:41:43-04:00
Vespra Township S.S. No 12 on Ferndale Drive opened in 18992020-10-16T21:37:45-04:00
The North side of the old Vespra Township S.S. No 12 located on Ferndale Drive2020-10-16T21:31:43-04:00
The North side of Pearson House (18 Mary Street)2020-10-10T22:54:24-04:00
The Southern view (side) of the additions made to Pearson House in the 19th century2020-10-10T22:47:00-04:00
Looking North on Mary Street at the John Pearson House2020-10-10T22:29:54-04:00
Looking out a basement window, where the kitchen and sevant quarters were located in Pearson House2020-10-10T21:23:29-04:00
A view of John Pearson house, built in the mid 1840’s2020-10-10T21:15:02-04:00
Rare basment bake oven (believed to be the only remaining one in Barrie) in Pearson House2020-10-10T21:10:34-04:00
The curved staircase inside the Pearson House on Mary Street2020-10-10T21:02:32-04:00
The John Pearson house on Mary Street was built in the mid 1840’s2020-10-10T20:54:43-04:00
Looking at the North side of Dunlop Street just West of Mulcaster Street2020-09-11T19:53:45-04:00
8 Essa Road was the home an business of Wesley Webb, jeweler and GTR watch inspector2020-09-04T16:49:41-04:00
A typical railway worker’s timepiece from the 1930’s which was inspected by Wesley Webb2020-09-04T16:28:11-04:00
8 Essa Road was originally Webb’s Jewelry store as of 18932020-09-04T16:47:39-04:00
The staircase inside front entrance of 90 Mulcaster Street, a former convent2020-08-27T21:35:56-04:00
Barriston Law was a one-time occupant of the Sisters of St. Joseph convent at 90 Mulcaster Street2020-08-27T21:26:30-04:00
A sign identifying the hamlet of Colwell, which was once a junction for the North Simcoe Railway2020-08-14T14:32:24-04:00
A view of National Trust and Dollarama, one time TD Bank and Zeller’s, from Owen Street.2020-08-07T11:57:27-04:00
The former Lakeside Cabins main building at 89 Blake Street prior to demolition2020-07-24T21:59:34-04:00
Old windows or loading docks on the west side of the former Barrie Milling Company building2020-07-24T12:08:02-04:00
The rear of the former Barrie Milling Company building on Collier Street2020-07-24T12:01:03-04:00
The former Parker grist mill and Barrie Milling Company on Collier Street2020-07-23T22:16:59-04:00
A view of a plane flying over the Canadian General Electric plant on Bradford Street2020-07-16T20:33:44-04:00
Preparing for the Canadian General Electric open house In October2020-07-16T20:27:59-04:00
A view of the Miller Building in the Boys Block on the South side of Dunlop Street2020-06-17T12:24:49-04:00
A view of the Boys Block on the South side of Dunlop Street2020-06-17T12:17:24-04:00
A view of a Boys Block store on the South side of Dunlop Street at Mulcaster Street2020-06-17T10:19:57-04:00
A view of two buildings in the Boys Block on the South side of Dunlop Street. The store on the left was the Examiner Printing Office (1877) and the store to the right was Otton Bros.2020-06-17T10:09:28-04:00
Central United Church demolition (36)2020-04-14T14:10:09-04:00
Central United Church demolition (27)2020-04-14T14:11:01-04:00
A view of an apartment building built about 1880 and the Armory on Mulcaster Street2020-03-14T14:58:00-04:00
A view of buildings from the 1800’s located at the corner of Dunlop and Mulcaster Streets2020-03-14T14:05:28-04:00
A sideview of 128 Dunlop Street East and 18 Mulcaster Street, once S. Varley’s grocery in the 1800s, the Full Gospel Tabernacle in the 1950’s and now the Pizzeria Italia2020-03-14T13:13:26-04:00
74 High Street, built in 1907 for Harold Dyment, son of Simon Dyment2020-02-09T16:40:17-05:00
A Memorial Square water fountain donated to the citizens of Barrie and district in 1891 by the Bank of Toronto. The fountain was refinished in 1953.2020-01-25T13:02:03-05:00
Former First Baptist Church building located at the Souteast corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets2020-01-15T17:18:14-05:00
Inside the former Master Mechanic offices now the Southshore Centre2019-11-14T09:41:23-05:00
Former Barrie Hardware store located at 40 Bayfield Street that was owned by John L. Coffey2019-11-05T21:12:17-05:00
The grave of John J. Coffey, one-time proprietor of the Vespra House Hotel, in St. Mary’s cemetery2019-11-05T19:33:46-05:00
Former Free Methodist Church located at 200 Bayfield Street2019-10-25T17:07:17-04:00
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