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  • Constructing St. Marys Post Office
    Image       Photo showing the current post office being built (located on the corner of Wellington and Jones Streets). The foundation is seen with a crane and scaffolding also in view. There is also a nice view of the buildings on the south side of Wellington Street in the background. This photo ...
    Image     Photo showing the current post office being built (located on the corner of Wellington and Jones Streets). The foundation is seen with a crane and scaffolding also in view. There ...
  • Queen Street Looking East in the Early 1900s
    Image       This photograph shows Queen Street looking East from the corner of Queen and Water streets. Although the image is not very clear, it gives an idea of what this area of downtown would have looked like at the time. The photograph is undated, but it must have been taken before ...
    Image     This photograph shows Queen Street looking East from the corner of Queen and Water streets. Although the image is not very clear, it gives an idea of what this area ...
  • Downtown
    Image       This photo shows a view of the North side of Queen Street. The first building on the left is Parson's Fair. This building still stands but is currently vacant. The building beside it was home to St. Marys Hardware Co. This building burned down in 1975. In its place now ...
    Image     This photo shows a view of the North side of Queen Street. The first building on the left is Parson's Fair. This building still stands but is currently vacant. The ...
  • Queen Street Looking East, 1898
    Image       "Queen St. St. Marys, Looking East from Victoria Bridge."
    Image     "Queen St. St. Marys, Looking East from Victoria Bridge."
  • Queen Street Looking West
    Image       This photograph looks west along Queens Street from its corner with Church Street. Several cars are visible as well as many buildings which are still in use today.
    Image     This photograph looks west along Queens Street from its corner with Church Street. Several cars are visible as well as many buildings which are still in use today.
  • Town Grader
    Image       This photograph shows the town grader, used to even out the roads, on Queen Street near the corner of Church Street.
    Image     This photograph shows the town grader, used to even out the roads, on Queen Street near the corner of Church Street.
  • Queen Street Looking West
    Image       This photo provides a view of Queen Street looking West in downtown St. Marys. The image shows several stores that were located in the business district at the time the photograph was taken, mid to late 19th century. One visible store is the A. Beattie Grocers in the foreground on ...
    Image     This photo provides a view of Queen Street looking West in downtown St. Marys. The image shows several stores that were located in the business district at the time the ...
  • Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and Church, 1984
    Image       Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and Church. Cars can be seen parked on the street and a few of the businesses' signs can be seen (such as J.B. Tudor, Ray Bennett, Mike's Barbershop, etc.). A sign saying "Museum" pointing south down Church Street can ...
    Image     Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and Church. Cars can be seen parked on the street and a few of the businesses' signs can be ...
  • Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and Church Streets, 1984
    Image       Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. The Toronto Dominion Bank (now TD Canada Trust) can be seen on the northwest corner (its entrance is now located on Church Street, whereas in this photo it is on Queen Street).
    Image     Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. The Toronto Dominion Bank (now TD Canada Trust) can be seen on the northwest corner ...
  • Firemen Convention and Old Boys Reunion Parade, 1912
    Image       Very similar photo to 0999ph (a postcard). This depicts an auto parade during the Old Boys Reunion of 1912. The hotel in the background is the Windsor Hotel with the J.D. Moore building directly next door. The Windsor Hotel was once located across the street from the Town Hall. Now ...
    Image     Very similar photo to 0999ph (a postcard). This depicts an auto parade during the Old Boys Reunion of 1912. The hotel in the background is the Windsor Hotel with the ...
  • Queen Street looking west, ca. 1900
    Image       Photo of Queen Street looking west from about King Street down towards the downtown core. The Town Hall can be seen on the right with all the old frame buildings nearby. The bowling lanes (now the Salvation Army Citadel) seen at the left. A sign saying "HYDRO" can be seen ...
    Image     Photo of Queen Street looking west from about King Street down towards the downtown core. The Town Hall can be seen on the right with all the old frame buildings ...
  • Main Street, St. Marys
    Image       Photo showing Queen Street (looking east). The photo starts at about the corners of Water and Queen Streets. Horse and wagons as well as people can be seen about downtown with all the buildings in sight (but none of the names of the businesses visible). The road is the main ...
    Image     Photo showing Queen Street (looking east). The photo starts at about the corners of Water and Queen Streets. Horse and wagons as well as people can be seen about downtown ...
  • Queen Street looking west up hill
    Image       Photo of downtown St. Marys taken early in St. Marys development (likely taken in the late 1850s along with 1702ph). The photo shows a few of the buildings that were built up between Water and Wellington Streets on Queen Street as well as the first Hutton Block located on the ...
    Image     Photo of downtown St. Marys taken early in St. Marys development (likely taken in the late 1850s along with 1702ph). The photo shows a few of the buildings that were ...
  • Whyte Packing Co. Butchers
    Image       Miss Ida King – Book keeper Mr. Morrissey – Manager – about 1920
    Image     Miss Ida King – Book keeper Mr. Morrissey – Manager – about 1920
  • Fred Hutton's Store with Tom Egan and Sam Bartlett
    Imagecomment       Fred Hutton’s Store; Tom Egan, Fred Hutton, Sam Bartlett in apron
    Imagecomment     Fred Hutton’s Store; Tom Egan, Fred Hutton, Sam Bartlett in apron
  • A.H. Lofft & Company
    Imagecomment       Queen St., north side, just east of Wellington St. 1884 A.H. Lofft & Co., book store, grocery store
    Imagecomment     Queen St., north side, just east of Wellington St. 1884 A.H. Lofft & Co., book store, grocery store
  • Queen Street looking West
    Image       Looking west from above Church St. is a view of Queen Street 1884 On the left, Windsor Hotel owned by Jack Canard on the right (behind trees) British Hotel, owned by John-Billy Cosgrove Note: Portable steam engine
    Image     Looking west from above Church St. is a view of Queen Street 1884 On the left, Windsor Hotel owned by Jack Canard on the right (behind trees) British Hotel, owned ...
  • Queen Street looking east
    Image       A view of Queen St. looking east from Victoria Bridge 1884. -foreground in pith helmet, on penny-farthing bicycle, C.S. Rumsey, manager of Bank of Montreal. -bus belongs to James McKay -police force in picture (Lamond?)
    Image     A view of Queen St. looking east from Victoria Bridge 1884. -foreground in pith helmet, on penny-farthing bicycle, C.S. Rumsey, manager of Bank of Montreal. -bus belongs to James McKay ...
  • Queen Street looking west, 1865
    Image       Queen St., looking west from above Church St 1865; A. Beattie's Store
    Image     Queen St., looking west from above Church St 1865; A. Beattie's Store
  • Andrew's Block just after construction in 1884
    Image       Andrews' Block just after construction in 1884; Andrews Jewellery Store; T.D. Stanley Groceries.
    Image     Andrews' Block just after construction in 1884; Andrews Jewellery Store; T.D. Stanley Groceries.
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Downtown St. Marys


Various views of the downtown core.