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  • Detail - Railing on Wellington Street Bridge
        This is a photo showing the detail of the railing on the Wellington Street Bridge in St. Marys, Ontario.
      This is a photo showing the detail of the railing on the ...
  • Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church
        The Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church is located at 149 King Street North. This Gothic Revival style stone church was built in 1892. This architectural style was commonly used in the construction of churches in Canada from the 1840s through the 1890s. The Gothic elements visible on this structure ...
      The Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church is located at 149 King ...
  • Widder Street East Drive Shed
        This building, once located East of St. Marys Presbyterian Church on Widder Street, was demolished circa 1975. The building was originally built as a drive shed, a structure built for sheltering vehicles, farm machinery, and/or visitors' horses. The building was later converted to a hall for the Presbyterian Church. This ...
      This building, once located East of St. Marys Presbyterian Church on Widder ...
  • Bridge Leading to 169 Ingersoll Street, 1980s
        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 ...
      This bridge was once an extension of a laneway leading to the ...
  • 345 Wellington St. S., 1980s
        This storey and a half stone limestone house was built sometime in the 1860s. The house was first owned by James Elliott, it overlooked his quarry and kiln. Elliott was known for his work on the St. Marys Opera House which was constructed with stone from his quarry and lime ...
      This storey and a half stone limestone house was built sometime in ...
  • 157 Queen St. W., 1980s
        This photo was taken in the early to mid-1980s; it features the home located at 157 Queen Street West. This house was built in 1857 for local Doctor A.E. Ford. The house was designed by architect Graeme Tompkins, who conducted one of the first surveys of St. Marys in 1858, ...
      This photo was taken in the early to mid-1980s; it features the ...
  • 164 Queen St. W., 1980s
        This house, built in the 1860s, is still standing to this day. This photo gives a view of the house as it appeared in the 1980s. The house remains largely the same on the exterior. The house sports an elegant bay window and covered porch over the front door. The ...
      This house, built in the 1860s, is still standing to this day. ...
  • 165 Queen St. W., 1980s
        This house was built c. 1881 for James Thompson, a local grain merchant. Thompson started his life as a farmer, eventually working in the grain export market. St. Marys was a draw for grain merchants who could ship their purchased grain over rail to cities such as Toronto and Montreal. ...
      This house was built c. 1881 for James Thompson, a local grain ...
  • St. James Anglican Church, 1900
        "St. James" Episcopal Church. St. Marys.
      "St. James" Episcopal Church. St. Marys.
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, 1898
        "Knox Presbyterian Church St. Marys"
      "Knox Presbyterian Church St. Marys"
  • Residence of Robert Whitworth, 358 Jones St. E.
        "Residence of Mr. Robt. Whitworth"
      "Residence of Mr. Robt. Whitworth"
  • 44 St. Andrew Street South
        This house at 44 St. Andrew Street South was built for Frank E. Butcher, a local businessman, in 1898. Butcher’s son, jeweler Ellison Butcher, lived in this house for some time. It was likely constructed by builder William Pulleyblank; however, there is no documented evidence of this. This house was ...
      This house at 44 St. Andrew Street South was built for Frank ...
  • Knox Presbyterian Church
        A photo taken by amateur photographer Milton Reesor, showing the Knox Presbyterian Church in the early 20th century. This was the second Presbyterian church on this site as the first, built in 1878, was destroyed by fire in 1891. This church would later burn down as well in 1905. The ...
      A photo taken by amateur photographer Milton Reesor, showing the Knox Presbyterian ...
  • 45 Church Street South
        This house was constructed for Andrew Nicol in 1876. Nicol and his family were notable residents of St. Marys in the late 19th century. Nicol ran a livery stable, worked as assistant postmaster and built and sold houses as an investment. By 1878 the house was sold to William Andrews ...
      This house was constructed for Andrew Nicol in 1876. Nicol and his ...
  • 46 Church Street South
        William Lyle Hutton was the builder of the house located at 46 Church St. S. Construction of the house was completed around 1873. The house includes brackets typical of houses built in the mid to late 19th century, as well as a bay window and ornate entryway. Hutton was born ...
      William Lyle Hutton was the builder of the house located at 46 ...
  • 51 Church Street South
        This yellow brick home occupies two lots placed on a hill. The home has a sophisticated entrance that can be seen from the street. Milner Harrison, a local store keeper, sold the property to his son David, a physician and flax manufacturer. David then built the current house between 1869 ...
      This yellow brick home occupies two lots placed on a hill. The ...
  • 137 Church Street North
        This style of vertical white siding on this house is known as board and batten. All window trim on the building is original to the house. However, additions have been made to the property over the years. The veranda was added in later years, as well as additional rooms to ...
      This style of vertical white siding on this house is known as ...
  • 158 Church Street South
        Edward W. Colley purchased the property at 158 Church St. in 1864. The original house on this property was built in 1870 by the Colley family. Colley owned a tinsmith business in St. Marys. On February 2, 1876, Colley passed away, leaving behind his wife, Elizabeth Colley, and their three ...
      Edward W. Colley purchased the property at 158 Church St. in 1864. ...
  • 157 Church Street North
        This storey and a half house located at 157 Church Street North displays the ginger bread details commonly used on wooden houses in the mid to late 19th century. As with most storey and a half houses, the ornate ginger breading is localized to the veranda. Note the detail of ...
      This storey and a half house located at 157 Church Street North ...
  • 163 Church Street South
        This large and impressive red brick house, with limestone details, is comparable to the basic planbook style used years ago for similar style homes. However, the dimensions of this property are more immense, and a corner tower is included in the property. The house is in excellent condition with little ...
      This large and impressive red brick house, with limestone details, is comparable ...
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