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Strathaven or the Wattie House was built in 1872 and located on Highway 26 at Wilson Drive2021-06-12T20:12:32-04:00
The Wattie House was built in 1872 and was called Strathaven2021-06-12T20:06:00-04:00
The Wattie House (Strathaven) was built in 1872 and is located at Highway 26 and Wilson Drive2021-06-12T20:07:52-04:00
Built about 1888 for civil engineer Henry Holgate, Group of Seven artist Edwin Holgate was born in this home in 18922021-05-22T13:44:08-04:00
The former home of civil engineer Henry Holdate and his son Group of Seven artist Edwin Holgate was built about 18882021-05-22T13:35:21-04:00
The gardener’s lodge at the former Parklands estate2021-05-12T17:12:41-04:00
Historical marker describing Thunder Bridge which was built in 1911 and demolished in 19712021-05-11T16:32:37-04:00
Mausoleum where Alderman and grocer Harry J. Buchanan is buried2021-04-30T20:25:22-04:00
The Old Town Hall of Oro was built in 1868 and used for the Oro World’s Fair since 1869 as a Community Centre2021-04-18T19:32:40-04:00
The former family home of future downtown merchant W.C. Hunter2021-04-17T13:44:43-04:00
The former home of merchant William Charles Hunter and his wife Claudina located at 159 Owen Street2021-04-17T13:36:50-04:00
he house at 121 Mulcaster Street was the family home of W.C. Hunter, future merchant2021-04-17T13:26:19-04:00
Rose Cottage was built in the 1840’s by John Bingham. It was later part of Newton’s farm on Davidson Street2021-03-13T21:35:12-05:00
The Bell Canada Central Office located at 140 Bayfield Street2021-03-06T22:04:30-05:00
The former Bell Telephone Company building on Dunlop Street West2021-03-06T21:05:55-05:00
The rear of the former Bell Telephone building on Dunlop Street2021-03-06T20:31:34-05:00
The former St. James Anglican Church on Highway 93 in Crown Hill was built in 18552021-02-27T16:25:12-05:00
Many of Crown Hill’s original pioneers are buried in the St. James Church cemetery2021-02-27T16:26:18-05:00
The cemetery behind the former St. James Anglican Church overlooks Wonder Valley and a view of Barrie in the distance2021-02-27T16:26:57-05:00
The former St. James Anglican Church in Crown Hill was built in 18552021-02-27T16:27:43-05:00
The 1981 International Plowing Match was held on George Atkinson’s farm in Crown Hill2021-02-27T12:32:36-05:00
Roselawn was built at 9 Bradford Street in 1865 for Major Joseph Rogers2021-02-20T15:19:18-05:00
The one-time home and location of the Whitebread carriage maker’s shop2021-02-20T15:10:06-05:00
Major Joseph Roger’s home Roselawn was built in 18652021-02-20T14:52:44-05:00
Roselawn was built in 1865 for Major Joseph Rogers2021-02-20T14:47:26-05:00
Roselawn, located at 9 Bradford Street, was built in 1865 for Major Joseph and Mrs. Anne (Whitebread) Rogers2021-02-20T14:41:29-05:00
The house at 169 Bayfield Street was once the home of H.B. Joyner, John Barr and George Ball2021-02-13T18:39:24-05:00
The Oro African Church was declared a National Historic Site in 20002021-02-06T10:58:53-05:00
The Oro African Church was built in the 1840’s2021-02-06T10:54:50-05:00
he South side of 178 Bayfield Street, home of former 1908 Barrie mayor John H. Bennett2021-01-14T21:22:40-05:00
This Queen Anne style home was built in 1895 for John H. Bennett, Mayor of Barrie in 19082021-01-14T21:17:13-05:00
The home at 178 Bayfield Street was built for John H. Bennett, Mayor of Barrie in 19082021-01-14T21:07:37-05:00
The home at 178 Bayfield Street once belonged to Mayor John H. Bennett2021-01-14T20:54:30-05:00
The grave of former 1908 Barrie mayor John H. Bennett2021-01-14T19:55:49-05:00
Mayor Donald Ross lived in this home at 168 Dunlop Street East until his death in 19292021-01-02T23:02:02-05:00
The house at 13 Poyntz Street was once the home of Emma King, teacher and first woman to sit on the Barrie Public Library Board2021-01-02T22:07:06-05:00
Fire Chief James Shrubsole once lived in this home at 123 Collier Street2021-01-02T21:46:08-05:00
The building at 55 Dunlop Street East was once the location of Alex Milne Merchant Tailor (formerly 47-49 Dunlop Street)2020-12-30T14:11:19-05:00
This residence at 111 Mulcaster Street was the former home of Alex Milne, merchant tailor2020-12-30T13:19:32-05:00
A view of the East side of Essa Road between Gowan Street and Cumberland Street2020-12-05T11:41:34-05:00
A view of the Abercrombie building at the corner of Essa Road and Cumberland Street2020-12-05T11:35:31-05:00
A view of 4 and 8 Essa Road at the corner of Tiffin Street2020-12-05T11:16:53-05:00
Looking North East at the corner of Essa Road and Cumberland Street2020-12-05T11:00:31-05:00
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
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