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Bythe Cottage, on the North side of Dunlop Street East of Mulcaster Street, was the home of Judge Ardagh2021-09-11T18:17:45-04:00
The home at 185 Dunlop Street East was known as ‘The Creamery’ and was the location of Lakeview Dairy2021-09-10T21:52:22-04:00
The Bell farm on St. Vincent Street was once owned by the Quinlan family2021-07-16T15:38:31-04:00
Advertisement Bell Telephone’s Open House at their new Central Office at 140 Bayfield Street2021-03-06T20:54:11-05:00
A Barrie and area telephone directory2021-03-06T20:50:05-05:00
A photo from 1911 of the switchboard staff at the Bell Telephone office at 17 Elizabeth Street2021-03-06T20:46:56-05:00
A newspaper photo from 1908 of the Bell Telephone Operators at 17 Elizabeth Street2021-03-06T20:39:37-05:00
An early photo of Major Joseph Roger’s home Roselawn at 9 Bradford Street2021-02-20T15:40:58-05:00
The tailor shop of Alex Milne which was located at 47 Dunlop Street East2021-01-14T20:05:10-05:00
Barrie Mayor Donald Ross once lived in this home located at 168 Dunlop Street East2021-01-14T20:06:31-05:00
The R.I. Fraser and Company dry goods store was located on Dunlop Street East between the Barrie and Queen’s Hotels2020-12-30T15:46:27-05:00
Rice’s Cigar Store and Bath Rooms was located at 108 Dunlop Street East2020-12-30T15:40:39-05:00
S.W. Davis’s store China Hall was located at 24 Dunlop Street East2020-12-10T15:43:51-05:00
-T. Sidsworth and Son Bakery located at 127 Dunlop Street East2020-12-10T15:41:23-05:00
The home that stood at 258 Dunlop Street (formerly Louisa Street) once belonged to R.I. Fraser a prominent dry good store owner2020-12-09T21:38:03-05:00
The T. Sidsworth and Son bakery on McDonald Street2020-11-12T12:48:38-05:00
The residence of Sheriff of Simcoe County Charles Drury was located in Crown Hill2020-11-04T16:51:05-05:00
Mrs. Saso inside the Barrie Fruit Market at the corner of Elizabeth Street and Maple Avenue2020-09-16T16:27:20-04:00
John Saso’s Barrie Fruit Market at the corner of Elizabeth Street and Maple Avenue2020-09-16T15:42:13-04:00
Map of Barrie.2017-01-23T16:19:54-05:00
Very old homes at Owen and Worsley Streets made of log and covered in stucco.2017-01-23T16:20:36-05:00
A group of teens on Dunlop Street West near Maple Street.2016-12-29T14:31:31-05:00
Looking South towards the newly constructed Allandale Train Station from the Tiffin Dock.2016-12-10T20:55:53-05:00
Snowmobiling in Downtown Barrie at a Winter Carnival.2016-09-09T13:26:02-04:00
Emmanuel Baptist Church Picnic at Springwater Park.2020-04-13T11:52:09-04:00
Looking at the front entrance of the Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road.2016-09-05T17:02:49-04:00
Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road.2016-09-05T17:02:48-04:00
Mayor Les Cooke (left) and staff at Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road pose for a picture.2016-09-05T17:02:48-04:00
Factory workers busy at work inside the Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road.2016-09-05T17:02:44-04:00
A certificate of achievement is presented to an executive at the Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road.2016-09-05T17:02:39-04:00
Large metal machine inside Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road.2016-09-05T17:02:38-04:00
A gentleman poses with some of the materials manufactured at Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road.2016-09-05T17:02:37-04:00
Executives at Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment road pose with some literature.2016-09-05T17:02:37-04:00
Aerial view of Lakeshore Drive during Kempenfest.2017-02-08T17:12:38-05:00
The Market Building on Mulcaster Street, later to be renovated and used as Town Hall in the 1940’s and as City Hall from 1959 until it was demolished in 1985.2017-02-09T14:08:52-05:00
Adjacent buildings around the Hart Motors building on Hart Drive (2).2016-09-05T16:25:31-04:00
Aerial view of Post Office Square and downtown area,between Mulcaster and Owen Streets.2017-10-15T23:11:39-04:00
View North from Kempenfelt Bay shoreline of New Rotary Club Floating Fountain.2016-12-10T21:40:59-05:00
Gentlemen pose in front of the Railroad Hotel, later known at the Clifton Hotel.2016-09-05T16:14:50-04:00
Land at the corner of Bayview and Mapleview Drives is graded in preparation for construction of the Barrie Molson Centre.2016-09-05T16:11:22-04:00
Codrington Public School staff 1977-1978.2016-09-05T16:03:28-04:00
The Barrie Molson Centre takes shape on the corner of Bayview and Mapleview Drives.2016-09-05T15:48:55-04:00
Imperial Theatre and Miramar Gardens Restaurant on Dunlop Street West.2016-09-06T20:00:49-04:00
Mayors from the 1970’s. Ross Archer, Dorian Parker and Les Cooke pose with gavels for the front page of The Barrie Examiner newspaper special.2017-02-09T14:34:13-05:00
Map of the Town of Barrie.2017-02-09T16:22:33-05:00
Barrie Wecomes The L.A. Kings.2016-09-11T02:25:05-04:00
Machines inside Imperial Eastman factory on Dyment Road.2016-09-05T17:02:43-04:00
Looking at Central Public School (later named Victoria School) on the North West corner of Collier Street and Owen Street. The original school was destroyed by fire in 1881. The second building is seen here.2016-09-04T23:43:56-04:00
A railroad worker poses outside of switch cabin B located North of the Allandale rail yard, near where Gowan Street meets Essa Road.2016-07-08T18:25:10-04:00
Railway workers take a break in the Allandale rail yard.2016-07-08T18:25:10-04:00
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