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  • London Viaduct
    Image       This image shows London Viaduct, more often called London Bridge. It was constructed after the extension of the Grand Trunk line was announced in 1857. It is still in use for both passenger and freight trains today.
    Image     This image shows London Viaduct, more often called London Bridge. It was constructed after the extension of the Grand Trunk line was announced in 1857. It is still in use ...
  • Mill and miller's house, 1860
    Image       Photo of the mill that used to be located on Queen Street East just before the Victoria bridge (on the east side of the bridge). The miller's house can also be seen in the background. This is the site of Thomas Ingersoll's 1843 grist mill. See "Early St. Marys" by ...
    Image     Photo of the mill that used to be located on Queen Street East just before the Victoria bridge (on the east side of the bridge). The miller's house can also ...
  • View of Northward with dam in main view
    Image       Photo of the old dam along with a view that looks out into the country. Some people can be seen standing on the stone wall. Please also see 1007ph for the same photo.
    Image     Photo of the old dam along with a view that looks out into the country. Some people can be seen standing on the stone wall. Please also see 1007ph for ...
  • St. Marys' North Ward, 1860
    Image       Photo of St. Marys' North Ward as seen in 1860. The first dam is visible with a wall surrounding a bunch of trees. Some people can be seen standing on the wall with farm houses seen in the background.
    Image     Photo of St. Marys' North Ward as seen in 1860. The first dam is visible with a wall surrounding a bunch of trees. Some people can be seen standing on ...
  • View of St. Marys Looking South, 1864.
    Image       View of St. Marys looking South, 1864. A mill, the miller's house, the Sarnia Bridge, the Old Town Hall, and the Anglican Church can be seen. This picture was taken in wintertime, with L. Cruttenden posed in the carriage.
    Image     View of St. Marys looking South, 1864. A mill, the miller's house, the Sarnia Bridge, the Old Town Hall, and the Anglican Church can be seen. This picture was taken ...
  • Landscape view of St. Marys taken from Ontario Street North
    Image       Photo showing downtown St. Marys as seen from Ontario Street North. In the middle of the photograph, a horse and carriage driven by Lauriston Cruttenden can be seen. The view looks east from an upstairs window of the Cruttenden's house.
    Image     Photo showing downtown St. Marys as seen from Ontario Street North. In the middle of the photograph, a horse and carriage driven by Lauriston Cruttenden can be seen. The view ...
  • Sarnia Bridge, the Thames River and the Ashery as seen from the Victoria Bridge in 1865
    Image       Sarnia Bridge, Thames River and the Ashery from Victoria Bridge 1865
    Image     Sarnia Bridge, Thames River and the Ashery from Victoria Bridge 1865
  • London Bridge from north of Trout Creek, 1865
    Image       London Bridge from north of Trout Creek 1865
    Image     London Bridge from north of Trout Creek 1865
  • Sarnia railway viaduct, ca. 1870s
    Image       Photo showing the Sarnia railway viaduct as well as the old ashery on the Flats. The Thames River can also be seen. For more information on this photo, see the St. Marys Journal Argus (February 3, 1938, page 1).
    Image     Photo showing the Sarnia railway viaduct as well as the old ashery on the Flats. The Thames River can also be seen. For more information on this photo, see the ...
  • View of St. Marys from the West Ward, ca. 1873
    Image       Photo of St. Marys as seen from the West Ward. An ashery can be seen on the Flats (Milt Dunnell Field). In the foreground the Thames River can be seen.
    Image     Photo of St. Marys as seen from the West Ward. An ashery can be seen on the Flats (Milt Dunnell Field). In the foreground the Thames River can be seen.
  • Victoria Bridge & C.P.R. Terminal
    Image       "Victoria Bridge and C.P.R. Terminal, St. Marys, Ont."
    Image     "Victoria Bridge and C.P.R. Terminal, St. Marys, Ont."
  • Victoria Bridge
    Imagemystery       "Victoria Bridge / St. Marys, Ont."
    Imagemystery     "Victoria Bridge / St. Marys, Ont."
  • View of the North Ward, 19th century
    Image       This photograph gives a view of St. Marys North Ward in the late 19th century. The landscape in the image is difficult to see, however the Thames River can be seen running along the bottom of the image and the First Presbyterian Church is standing on a hill to the ...
    Image     This photograph gives a view of St. Marys North Ward in the late 19th century. The landscape in the image is difficult to see, however the Thames River can be ...
  • North Ward as seen from the West Ward
    Image       Photo showing the North Ward as seen from the West Ward. This view the Presbyterian Church can be seen with part of the Catholic Church's spire also visible. The Water Street bridge is very evident along with a dam. Some snow can be seen indicating this may have been taken ...
    Image     Photo showing the North Ward as seen from the West Ward. This view the Presbyterian Church can be seen with part of the Catholic Church's spire also visible. The Water ...
  • Bridges at St. Marys, Ont.
    Image       "Bridges at St. Mary's, Ont., Canada" The one copy also has "Edith" written on the front in pen.
    Image     "Bridges at St. Mary's, Ont., Canada" The one copy also has "Edith" written on the front in pen.
  • Trout Creek, St. Marys, Ont.
    Image       Trout Creek, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada
    Image     Trout Creek, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada
  • River Thames and Rice Lake
    Image       "Rice Lake, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada"
    Image     "Rice Lake, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada"
  • Trout Creek, St. Marys, Ont.
    Image       Trout Creek, St. Mary's, Ont.
    Image     Trout Creek, St. Mary's, Ont.
  • View of the back of the old flour mill and Opera House
    Image       Photo of the back of the Opera House and the old Flour Mill with the Victoria bridge in view as well as the Thames River and a few churches.
    Image     Photo of the back of the Opera House and the old Flour Mill with the Victoria bridge in view as well as the Thames River and a few churches.
  • Cruttenden and Nichol Flour Mill
    Image       Photo of the Cruttenden and Nichol flour mill located on the Thames River just south of St. Marys (approximately where the Cement Company conveyor crosses the river today). Was located on the east side of the Thames River.
    Image     Photo of the Cruttenden and Nichol flour mill located on the Thames River just south of St. Marys (approximately where the Cement Company conveyor crosses the river today). Was located ...
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Rivers and Creeks of St. Marys


Both the Thames River and Trout Creek have been popular subjects of photography as long as St. Marys has been around.