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  • C.P.R. Station
    Image       Photo of the C.P.R. Station that used to be located by the Thames River just behind Water Street (railway line has now been converted into a walking trail).
    Image     Photo of the C.P.R. Station that used to be located by the Thames River just behind Water Street (railway line has now been converted into a walking trail).
  • "St. Marys West" sign and Allied
    Image       Colour showing the "ST MARYS WEST" sign on the railroad line as well as the Allied building (former Maxwell building) and the water tower.
    Image     Colour showing the "ST MARYS WEST" sign on the railroad line as well as the Allied building (former Maxwell building) and the water tower.
  • Great Star Flour Mill, ca. 1950
    Image       Photo of the Great Star Flour Mill as seen from across the river (Thomas Street). The old railway line can be seen with a train on it and all the old buildings that used to be out in behind the Opera House (which had been gutted in order to be ...
    Image     Photo of the Great Star Flour Mill as seen from across the river (Thomas Street). The old railway line can be seen with a train on it and all the ...
  • The Station at the Switch
    Image       This photo was taken in the early 1900s. It features the station at the "Switch", where the Grand Trunk Railway main line crossed over James Street South. The switch stand can be seen in the foreground next to the railroad tracks. This station was built in 1879, offering a location ...
    Image     This photo was taken in the early 1900s. It features the station at the "Switch", where the Grand Trunk Railway main line crossed over James Street South. The switch stand ...
  • Turning of the first sod for the St. Marys and Western Ontario Railway - May 14, 1907
    Image       On back (label): Men who brought the CPR to St. Marys in 1908 - taken in front of GTR line.
    Image     On back (label): Men who brought the CPR to St. Marys in 1908 - taken in front of GTR line.
  • Looking north long the Thames River, 1984
    Image       View of St. Marys looking north along the Thames River (summer, 1984). The Queen Street bridge is out as it is being repaired and the Sarnia railway bridge can be seen far off in the distance. The old railway tracks are still down by the river as well as the ...
    Image     View of St. Marys looking north along the Thames River (summer, 1984). The Queen Street bridge is out as it is being repaired and the Sarnia railway bridge can be ...
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Industry in St. Marys