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  • Repairing the Church Street Bridge
    Image       This is a photograph of the Church Street Bridge when it was being rebuilt in 1979. The original Church Street Bridge was built to go over Trout Creek in 1884, designed by local builder Leon Clench.
    Image     This is a photograph of the Church Street Bridge when it was being rebuilt in 1979. The original Church Street Bridge was built to go over Trout Creek in 1884, ...
  • Water Street Bridge View
    Image       A photo taken by Milton Reesor in the early 20th century. The photo features the gate across the entrance to the Flats and the steel-truss Water Street Bridge in the background of the photo. This photo gives an uncommon view showing the Flats being fenced off with access across a ...
    Image     A photo taken by Milton Reesor in the early 20th century. The photo features the gate across the entrance to the Flats and the steel-truss Water Street Bridge in the ...
  • London Bridge
    Image       This photograph features the London Bridge with the old Queen Street overpass bridge in the background. The London Bridge was constructed in 1857 after a new branch of the Grand Trunk rail line was opened. The first trains passed over the bridge in 1858, and the bridge is still in ...
    Image     This photograph features the London Bridge with the old Queen Street overpass bridge in the background. The London Bridge was constructed in 1857 after a new branch of the Grand ...
  • Detail - Railing on Wellington Street Bridge
    Image       This is a photo showing the detail of the railing on the Wellington Street Bridge in St. Marys, Ontario.
    Image     This is a photo showing the detail of the railing on the Wellington Street Bridge in St. Marys, Ontario.
  • Aeroplane view of St. Marys, ca. 1919
    Image       Aeroplane view of St. Marys ca. 1919. Taken by the Bishop Barker Co. Billy Bishop was the photographer.
    Image     Aeroplane view of St. Marys ca. 1919. Taken by the Bishop Barker Co. Billy Bishop was the photographer.
  • View of St. Marys
    Image       Photo showing a view of St. Marys and Station Street. Church Street bridge can be seen along with an old mill. Note the change in the path of the river.
    Image     Photo showing a view of St. Marys and Station Street. Church Street bridge can be seen along with an old mill. Note the change in the path of the river.
  • Flood of 1937 on Park Street
    Image       Photo of Park Street during a flood that occurred in 1937. Here we see the flood waters are up to a house's front door and has completely covered up Park Street and the Park Street bridge. Water can even be seen flowing off the bridge!
    Image     Photo of Park Street during a flood that occurred in 1937. Here we see the flood waters are up to a house's front door and has completely covered up Park ...
  • Water Tower
    Image       Water Tower, St. Marys, Ont.
    Image     Water Tower, St. Marys, Ont.
  • View of Trout Creek
    Image       St. Marys, Ontario, Canada.
    Image     St. Marys, Ontario, Canada.
  • Flood of 1937 on Park Street
    Image       Photo of Park Street during a flood that occurred in 1937. Here were see the flood waters are up to a house's front door and has completely covered up Park Street and the Park Street bridge. Water can even be seen flowing off the bridge!
    Image     Photo of Park Street during a flood that occurred in 1937. Here were see the flood waters are up to a house's front door and has completely covered up Park ...
  • Victoria Bridge
    Image       A description on the back of the photograph says: "this is the stone bridge over the Thames River on one end of the main street. You can see why we call the place the 'Stone Town.'" This photograph shows a view of the Victoria Bridge and some of the north ...
    Image     A description on the back of the photograph says: "this is the stone bridge over the Thames River on one end of the main street. You can see why we ...
  • Train Going Over London Bridge
    Image       This is a photograph of the London Bridge, looking north. A train is moving southward across the bridge. The London Bridge opened for traffic in 1858, a year after Grand Trunk Railway announced plans to open a railway line to London and Sarnia from St. Marys. Two bridges were built: ...
    Image     This is a photograph of the London Bridge, looking north. A train is moving southward across the bridge. The London Bridge opened for traffic in 1858, a year after Grand ...
  • Church Street Bridge
    Image       This is a photograph of the Church Street Bridge over Trout Creek. It is winter and the creek has frozen over. On the left you can see the site of the current Old Mill Apartments, a building named after the old mill that existed on the property. Before it was ...
    Image     This is a photograph of the Church Street Bridge over Trout Creek. It is winter and the creek has frozen over. On the left you can see the site of ...
  • Repairing the London Viaduct
    Image       This is a photograph of the London Bridge over Trout Creek being repaired in 1912. A girder is being replaced by large machinery while men stand on either side. The Presbyterian and Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church can be seen in the background.
    Image     This is a photograph of the London Bridge over Trout Creek being repaired in 1912. A girder is being replaced by large machinery while men stand on either side. The ...
  • Boat House, September
    Image       This photo shows the boat house that was once located on Milt Dunnell Field (the flats) on the left, and the Parkview Creamery and Water Street Bridge in the middle. In 1919, when this photo was taken, the creamery would have been under ownership of T. J. Stillman. The creamery ...
    Image     This photo shows the boat house that was once located on Milt Dunnell Field (the flats) on the left, and the Parkview Creamery and Water Street Bridge in the middle. ...
  • River and G.T.R. Bridge
    Image       This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that they would be opening two lines to St. Marys: one from Sarnia and one from London. The first train crossed ...
    Image     This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that ...
  • River and G.T.R. Bridge
    Image       This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that they would be opening two lines to St. Marys: one from Sarnia and one from London. The first train crossed ...
    Image     This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that ...
  • Water Street Bridge, 1980s
    Image       The Water Street Bridge crosses over Trout Creek in St. Marys. The steel through-truss bridge was built in 1898 by Stratford Bridge and Iron Works. The bridge was designed by local architect Joseph Humphris who was responsible for designing many houses in St. Marys and several notable buildings including Westover ...
    Image     The Water Street Bridge crosses over Trout Creek in St. Marys. The steel through-truss bridge was built in 1898 by Stratford Bridge and Iron Works. The bridge was designed by ...
  • London Bridge
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  • Bridge Leading to 169 Ingersoll Street, 1980s
    Image       This bridge was once an extension of a laneway leading to the house located at 169 Ingersoll Street in St. Marys. It allowed residents of the home to easily travel over the railway tracks below. The property would become known for being the home of the local Ruthig family. In ...
    Image     This bridge was once an extension of a laneway leading to the house located at 169 Ingersoll Street in St. Marys. It allowed residents of the home to easily travel ...
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