Almaguin Highlands Digital Collections
Main Street, South River, circa 1900
Description
Creator
Unknown
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Black and white photograph of South River's Main Street, circa 1900. The photo was taken from the middle of the street, looking down its length. On both sides of the street are buildings, some dark brick exteriors and some painted wood siding. Some of the buildings look like they have storefronts. The first building to the left of the photo has a covered porch, with a few people under it. There are a few more people further down the same side of the street. In the foreground are the railroad tracks that ran through South River. The street is not paved.
Date of Original
circa 1900
Date Of Event
circa 1900
Dimensions
Width: 10 in
Height: 8 in
Image Dimensions
Image Width: 10in
Image Height: 8in
Subject(s)
Local identifier
postcard binder
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.8334 Longitude: -79.38293
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
South River - Machar Union PL
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

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Main Street, South River, circa 1900


Black and white photograph of South River's Main Street, circa 1900. The photo was taken from the middle of the street, looking down its length. On both sides of the street are buildings, some dark brick exteriors and some painted wood siding. Some of the buildings look like they have storefronts. The first building to the left of the photo has a covered porch, with a few people under it. There are a few more people further down the same side of the street. In the foreground are the railroad tracks that ran through South River. The street is not paved.