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  • Old Mill, St. Marys
    Imagecomment       This photo shows the dam and old mill at rice lake. In the background you can see the Sarnia Bridge. George Carter & Son Co. got into the business of milling in 1884 when they bought the established mill just south of the Queen Street bridge and expanded it. George ...
    Imagecomment     This photo shows the dam and old mill at rice lake. In the background you can see the Sarnia Bridge. George Carter & Son Co. got into the business of ...
  • View of Thames River and Sarnia Bridge
    Imagecomment       This is a photograph of the Thames River looking north towards the Sarnia Bridge. There is a lone cow standing in the river.
    Imagecomment     This is a photograph of the Thames River looking north towards the Sarnia Bridge. There is a lone cow standing in the river.
  • View from West Ward Looking Northeast across the Thames River.
    Imagecomment       View from the west ward looking north east across the Thames River. The Presbyterian and Catholic Church steeples can be seen, as can the Creamery and the Water Street bridge. This photo is pre 1908 as the mill race dam only extends across Trout Creek, and not to the Thames.
    Imagecomment     View from the west ward looking north east across the Thames River. The Presbyterian and Catholic Church steeples can be seen, as can the Creamery and the Water Street bridge. ...
  • Mill Race, St. Marys
    Imagecomment       View of the Mill Race in St. Marys, Ontario. Milling once was a huge industry in St. Marys with the mills making use of the Thames River as a huge water power source.
    Imagecomment     View of the Mill Race in St. Marys, Ontario. Milling once was a huge industry in St. Marys with the mills making use of the Thames River as a huge ...
  • Mill Race, St. Marys
    Imagecomment       View of the Mill Race in St. Marys, Ontario. Milling once was a huge industry in St. Marys with the mills making use of the Thames River as a huge water power source. The Sarnia railway bridge can be seen in the background.
    Imagecomment     View of the Mill Race in St. Marys, Ontario. Milling once was a huge industry in St. Marys with the mills making use of the Thames River as a huge ...
  • Looking south to Victoria Bridge
    Imagecomment       View looking south toward Victoria Bridge from the west bank of the Thames River. The St. Marys Milling Company, the Opera House, Island Park, the Miller's house and the building that is currently M&M Variety can be seen.
    Imagecomment     View looking south toward Victoria Bridge from the west bank of the Thames River. The St. Marys Milling Company, the Opera House, Island Park, the Miller's house and the building ...
  • Thames River with Sarnia bridge in distance
    Imagecomment       Photo showing the Thames River with the Sarnia railway bridge seen in the distance. Also in the distance in the Grand stand at the Flats (now Milt Dunnell field). This photo was taken before the construction of the current dam around 1900.
    Imagecomment     Photo showing the Thames River with the Sarnia railway bridge seen in the distance. Also in the distance in the Grand stand at the Flats (now Milt Dunnell field). This ...
  • Victoria Bridge
    Imagemysterycomment       Photo of the Victoria (Queen Street) bridge in St. Marys as it appeared at the time. In front, 2 girls wearing dresses and hats can be seen standing on blocks of limestone.
    Imagemysterycomment     Photo of the Victoria (Queen Street) bridge in St. Marys as it appeared at the time. In front, 2 girls wearing dresses and hats can be seen standing on blocks ...
  • Flats during flood, 1912
    Imagecomment       Grand Stand Flats Dam Royal Edward Park Boathouse Mill race
    Imagecomment     Grand Stand Flats Dam Royal Edward Park Boathouse Mill race
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