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St. Marys
  
Year
1970
  
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  • Aerial Photograph of St. Marys, 1970.
    Image       ...Aerial photograph of St. Marys taken in 1970. The view is directly above...
    Image     ...Aerial photograph of St. Marys taken in 1970. The view is directly above...
  • St. James Anglican Church, ca. 1970
    Image       ...Photo of the St. James Anglican Church taken around 1970 during the winter...
    Image     ...Photo of the St. James Anglican Church taken around 1970 during the winter...
  • Final Steam Locomotive
    Image       This photograph shows the last steam powered train to pass through St. Marys as it approaches the intersection with Elgin Street East. A crowd has gathered to watch the train pass through.
    Image     This photograph shows the last steam powered train to pass through St. Marys as it approaches the intersection with Elgin Street East. A crowd has gathered to watch the train ...
  • Final Steam Engine
    Image       This photograph shows the final steam locomotive that came through St. Marys as it comes towards the intersection with Elgin Street East. There is a sizable crowd gathered to watch.
    Image     This photograph shows the final steam locomotive that came through St. Marys as it comes towards the intersection with Elgin Street East. There is a sizable crowd gathered to watch.
  • Last Steam Locomotive
    Image       This image shows the last steam powered locomotive to pass through St. Marys. There is a decent sized crowd gathered to watch the train pass through.
    Image     This image shows the last steam powered locomotive to pass through St. Marys. There is a decent sized crowd gathered to watch the train pass through.
  • St. Marys Museum
    Image       This photograph shows the front of the Tracy House which holds the St. Marys Museum. At the time the photo was taken that door was also serving as the main entrance to the museum; today the access is through the new archival addition.
    Image     This photograph shows the front of the Tracy House which holds the St. Marys Museum. At the time the photo was taken that door was also serving as the main ...
  • Queen Street Looking West
    Image       This photograph looks west along Queens Street from its corner with Church Street. Several cars are visible as well as many buildings which are still in use today.
    Image     This photograph looks west along Queens Street from its corner with Church Street. Several cars are visible as well as many buildings which are still in use today.
  • Sarnia Bridge in Winter
    Image       This photograph shows the Sarnia Bridge in the winter. At the time that this photo was taken it would have still been in use as a train viaduct but it would later close in the late 1980's.
    Image     This photograph shows the Sarnia Bridge in the winter. At the time that this photo was taken it would have still been in use as a train viaduct but it ...
  • Town Hall
    Image       This photograph shows the Town Hall as seen from the corner of Queen and Church Streets. There are several cars parked outside.
    Image     This photograph shows the Town Hall as seen from the corner of Queen and Church Streets. There are several cars parked outside.
  • St. Marys Memorial Hospital
    Image       This photograph shows the St. Marys Memorial Hospital located on Queen Street West. The whole length of the building at the time the photograph was taken is shown. The prominent addition which exists today was not added until much later.
    Image     This photograph shows the St. Marys Memorial Hospital located on Queen Street West. The whole length of the building at the time the photograph was taken is shown. The prominent ...
  • Hinde and Dauch Factory
    Image       This photograph shows the Hinde and Dauch Factory that was located on James Street South. The plant produced paper products and today the building houses the Norampac factory.
    Image     This photograph shows the Hinde and Dauch Factory that was located on James Street South. The plant produced paper products and today the building houses the Norampac factory.
  • Aerial View of Cement Plant
    Image       This photograph shows an aerial view of the cement plant.
    Image     This photograph shows an aerial view of the cement plant.
  • St. Marys Town Hall
    Image       This photo was taken from the corner of Church Street and Queen Street showing the town hall. This building was finished in 1891 after the older wooden town hall was destroyed by fire in 1889. The Building Committee was chaired by Dr. Mathieson who pushed for a large stone building. ...
    Image     This photo was taken from the corner of Church Street and Queen Street showing the town hall. This building was finished in 1891 after the older wooden town hall was ...
  • Downtown St. Marys
    Image       This photo was taken from the east side of Church Street looking West down Queen Street. There are many stores shown in the photo including McIntyre Drugs and Harris General Electric which have since closed.
    Image     This photo was taken from the east side of Church Street looking West down Queen Street. There are many stores shown in the photo including McIntyre Drugs and Harris General ...
  • St. Marys District Museum
    Image       This is the front view of the St. Marys Museum where it looks out to Church Street. The building was constructed in 1854 by George Tracy but passed through the hands of several owners before becoming a municipal property. It initially served as apartments for town employees but later was ...
    Image     This is the front view of the St. Marys Museum where it looks out to Church Street. The building was constructed in 1854 by George Tracy but passed through the ...
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