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Postcard showing Dunlop Street West at the corner of Owen Street.2016-09-06T18:30:21-04:00
Homeowners on Cumberland Street South of Milburn Street enjoy the water in their lawns left by Hurricane Hazel (3).2016-09-06T18:30:19-04:00
Engine G87 with workers milling around in the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-06T18:30:17-04:00
Postcard showing pine trees that line Highway 11 South near Mapleview Drive.2016-09-06T17:49:05-04:00
Postcard showing Five Points, Dunlop Street East and West, Bayfield Street on the left and Clapperton Street on the right.2016-09-06T17:49:04-04:00
Postcard showing beautiful pine trees that line Highway 11 South near Mapleview Drive.2016-09-06T17:49:03-04:00
Postcard showing The Clarkson Hotel on corner of Dunlop Street West and Mulcaster Street.2016-09-06T17:49:03-04:00
Postcard showing Toronto Dominion Bank of Canada on the corner of Owen Street and Dunlop Street East.2016-09-06T17:49:02-04:00
A steam engine and coal car sits parked in the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-06T17:48:58-04:00
Postcard Showing Mulcaster Street, County Jail and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church.2016-09-06T15:25:58-04:00
Postcard showing Mulcaster Street Looking West.2016-09-06T15:25:57-04:00
Postcard showing Kempenfelt Bay with the railway station in the background.2016-09-06T15:25:56-04:00
Homeowners on Cumberland Street South of Milburn Street enjoy the water in their lawns left by Hurricane Hazel (2).2016-09-06T14:24:24-04:00
A steam engine rests in the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-06T14:24:15-04:00
Postcard showing an aerial view of Kempenfelt Bay prior to the development of the lakeshore.2016-09-06T14:24:14-04:00
Homeowners on Cumberland Street South of Milburn Street enjoy the water in their lawns left by Hurricane Hazel (1).2016-09-06T14:24:14-04:00
Postcard showing an aerial veiw of the downtown core.2016-09-06T14:12:01-04:00
Postcard showing a Civic Holiday crowd in front of the railway station.2016-09-05T23:04:37-04:00
Huge culverts being placed into the ground near the Water Pollution Control Centre.2016-09-05T17:59:22-04:00
Homeowners on Cumberland Street, South of Milburn Street, enjoy the water in their lawns left by Hurricane Hazel. (4)2016-09-05T17:59:19-04:00
The Allandale Train Station before the Lakeshore Drive extention to Minet’s Point Road.2016-09-05T17:59:19-04:00
Homeowners on Cumberland Street, South of Milburn Street, enjoy the water in their lawns left by Hurricane Hazel. (5)2016-09-05T17:59:18-04:00
Postcard of the view looking East on Dunlop Street at Five Points.2016-11-24T11:14:43-05:00
Looking North West at a Steam Engine, in front of a diesel train, from the South end of Gowan Street.2016-09-05T17:59:13-04:00
Looking at the Robson-Lang Tannery, on Bradford Street, from the East side of Lakeshore Drive.2016-09-05T17:59:12-04:00
Looking Northwest from the corner of Cumberland Street and Milburn Street.2016-09-05T17:59:09-04:00
The remnants of the Roundhouse and Railway Ties in piles.2016-09-05T17:59:09-04:00
Cranes clearing the rubble after the demolition of the Robson-Lang Tannery on Bradford Street.2016-09-05T17:59:09-04:00
Railway tracks being lifted in the Allandale Railyard to make room for the Lakeshore Drive extension.2016-09-05T17:59:08-04:00
A train approaching the Roundhouse to get turned around and go back.2016-09-05T17:59:08-04:00
Postcard showing Burton Avenue Public School. It will later be named King Edward Public School and currently is Unity Christian High School.2016-09-14T09:50:41-04:00
Construction of the outside of the Water Pollution Control Centre.2016-09-05T17:59:07-04:00
Watching a steam engine in the Allandale rail yard, from the South end of Gowan Street.2016-09-05T17:59:06-04:00
Fill being adding in the former Allandale Railyard during the construction for the Lakeshore Drive extension. (2)2016-09-05T17:35:37-04:00
The remaining portions of the roundhouse in the Allandale Railyard being dismantled.2016-09-05T17:35:37-04:00
A man standing near the remains of the Roundhouse in the Allandale Railyard prior to its removal.2016-09-05T17:35:36-04:00
Looking East towards the Mechanics Building during the Lakeshore Drive extension construction. This building would later be renovated to become the Southshore Centre.2016-09-05T17:35:36-04:00
A gentleman posing on the remains of the roundhouse in the Allandale Railyard.2016-09-05T17:35:35-04:00
Fill being adding in the former Allandale Railyard during the construction for the Lakeshore Drive extension. (1)2016-09-05T17:35:35-04:00
Fill being adding in the former Allandale Railyard during the construction for the Lakeshore Drive extension. (3)2016-09-05T17:35:34-04:00
Huge cement culverts being prepared for installation, for the Lakeshore Drive extension.2016-09-05T17:35:33-04:00
The remains of the Roundhouse in the Allandale Railyard prior to its complete removal.2016-09-05T17:35:33-04:00
Cranes lift the remains of the Roundhouse to be removed from the Allandale Railyard.2016-09-05T17:35:32-04:00
A young family poses outside of their home.2016-09-05T17:22:24-04:00
Steam Engine 1037 wating on tracks in the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-05T17:22:23-04:00
Steam Engine 136 sitting on the tracks in the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-05T17:02:53-04:00
Four railway workers post in front of steam engine 50 in the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-05T17:02:52-04:00
Looking at Cabin B in North end of the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-05T17:02:52-04:00
A young woman poses with her skis on a winter day.2016-09-05T16:07:36-04:00
Looking down on the last remaining portions of the roundhouse in the Allandale rail yard.2016-09-05T16:06:33-04:00