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  • CNR Train entering St. Marys on the Sarnia bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a train crossing over the frozen Thames River on the Sarnia railway bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed.
    Image     Colour photo showing a train crossing over the frozen Thames River on the Sarnia railway bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the ...
  • Train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia Bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a train crossing the overpass over Emily Street. This photo was taken December 12, 1989 - just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed.
    Image     Colour photo showing a train crossing the overpass over Emily Street. This photo was taken December 12, 1989 - just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed.
  • Train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia Bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed. The Sarnia railway bridge is now part of a walking trail.
    Image     Colour photo showing a train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the Sarnia line ...
  • "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.
  • Two freight trains near the St. Marys Junction
    Image       Colour photo showing two freight trains near the St. Marys Junction. One of the trains is on the London line, and the other is on the Sarnia line.
    Image     Colour photo showing two freight trains near the St. Marys Junction. One of the trains is on the London line, and the other is on the Sarnia line.
  • CNR freight train on Sarnia Bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a CNR freight train the Sarnia railway bridge in St. Marys on August 12, 1986.
    Image     Colour photo showing a CNR freight train the Sarnia railway bridge in St. Marys on August 12, 1986.
  • CNR freight train
    Image       Colour photo showing a CNR freight train on the outskirts of St. Marys taken August 12, 1986.
    Image     Colour photo showing a CNR freight train on the outskirts of St. Marys taken August 12, 1986.
  • St. Marys Day Nursery, 1984
    Image       Photo of the former West Ward school now the St Marys Early Learning Centre. It is located at 121 Ontario Street South. This view could be seen from Thomas Street and is a fenced in area with play equipment for the day care.
    Image     Photo of the former West Ward school now the St Marys Early Learning Centre. It is located at 121 Ontario Street South. This view could be seen from Thomas Street ...
  • St. Marys Central school, 1984
    Image       Photo of St. Marys Central elementary school. This view shows the gym (at left) which was a later addition to the school.
    Image     Photo of St. Marys Central elementary school. This view shows the gym (at left) which was a later addition to the school.
  • Arthur Meighen Public School, 1984
    Image       Photo of Arthur Meighen Public School. Built in 1875, its most famous graduate is Arthur Meighen, ninth Prime Minister of Canada. The school has been added onto many times, and has been a public school since 1955 when a new high school building was opened (St. Marys District Collegiate and ...
    Image     Photo of Arthur Meighen Public School. Built in 1875, its most famous graduate is Arthur Meighen, ninth Prime Minister of Canada. The school has been added onto many times, and ...
  • St. Marys United Church, 1984
    Image       Photo of the United Church which is located at 85 Church Street South in St. Marys. This Church was built in 1879 as a Methodist Church. On June 10, 1925, the Methodist church officially became The St. Marys United Church, with the Methodists and some of the members of the ...
    Image     Photo of the United Church which is located at 85 Church Street South in St. Marys. This Church was built in 1879 as a Methodist Church. On June 10, 1925, ...
  • 266 Queen Street East
    Image       Photo showing 266 Queen Street East (located on the southwest corner of Queen and James Streets). This home is on the former site of the old stone school.
    Image     Photo showing 266 Queen Street East (located on the southwest corner of Queen and James Streets). This home is on the former site of the old stone school.
  • London railway bridge, 1984
    Image       Photo showing the London railway bridge going over Trout Creek. We are looking south up to St. George Street and can see the water tower in the distance. A little walking bridge can be seen going over Trout Creek as well.
    Image     Photo showing the London railway bridge going over Trout Creek. We are looking south up to St. George Street and can see the water tower in the distance. A little ...
  • Queen Street overpass and the Water Tower, 1984
    Image       Photo showing the St. Marys Water Tower (left side of photo), and the Queen Street overpass (right). Behind the overpass the VIA Station can also be seen.
    Image     Photo showing the St. Marys Water Tower (left side of photo), and the Queen Street overpass (right). Behind the overpass the VIA Station can also be seen.
  • VIA Station (CN), 1984
    Image       Photo showing the VIA Station (CN station) before work was done to restore it.
    Image     Photo showing the VIA Station (CN station) before work was done to restore it.
  • Queen Street looking east from the southeast corner of Queen and Water Streets, 1984
    Image       Photo showing Queen Street looking east from the southeast corner of Queen and Water Streets. On the north side of the street we can see (from left to right) Marty's Men's and Ladies' Shop, Pro Hardware, Simpson-Sears, A&N Store, Claude Electrics, Victoria and Grey (on northwest corner of Queen and ...
    Image     Photo showing Queen Street looking east from the southeast corner of Queen and Water Streets. On the north side of the street we can see (from left to right) Marty's ...
  • 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 ...
  • Waghorn, Stephens, De Young Law Office
    Image       Photo of the exterior of Waghorn, Stephens and De Young law office located at 21 Wellington Street North.
    Image     Photo of the exterior of Waghorn, Stephens and De Young law office located at 21 Wellington Street North.
  • St. Marys Journal Argus - 142 Queen Street East
    Image       Photo of the St. Marys Journal Argus taken in 1984. Ads for various businesses and garage sales (et cetera) can be seen posted to the windows. 142 Queen Street East is now the location of The Chocolate Factory.
    Image     Photo of the St. Marys Journal Argus taken in 1984. Ads for various businesses and garage sales (et cetera) can be seen posted to the windows. 142 Queen Street East ...
  • Royal Bank, Andrews Jeweller and Thames Restaurant, 1984
    Image       Photo showing the Royal Bank building, the Andrews Jeweller building and the Thames Restaurant building located on the north side of Queen Street starting at the northeast corner of Queen and Wellington Streets. Cars can be seen parked in front of the Andrews and Thames Restaurant buildings with a trash ...
    Image     Photo showing the Royal Bank building, the Andrews Jeweller building and the Thames Restaurant building located on the north side of Queen Street starting at the northeast corner of Queen ...
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