1980 Photo with new addition/rebuild/upgrade - overlooking pond - original plant also shown. Fair to poor condition - clear - three corners damaged - right hand corner intact. Some of the image has been torn off at the corners.
Postcard view of the Cement Works located in St. Marys.
Limestone has played a big part as an industry in St. Marys - first with quarrying and now with the cement plant. "Cement Works, St. Marys, Ont."
Postcard view of the Cement Works in St. Marys, Ontario as it appeared then.
Limestone has played a huge role in St. Marys' industry, starting first with quarrying the limestone for various purposes, and now for making cement. See 046pc-OA for another view. "Cement Works, St. Marys, Ont."
1865 One side of a stereoview of the Thames River, the Sarnia Bridge (now part of the Grand Trunk trail walkway), and an ashery all seen from the Queen Street (Victoria) bridge. Condition: Copy is in excellent condition. Sarnia Bridge, Thames River and the Ashery from Victoria Bridge 1865
1884 Copy of a photo of a quarry (east of Water Street) taken in 1884. Condition: Very good copy. Some pin pricks.
Copy of a photo of the crew from a lime kiln. Many men, horses and wagons can be seen. Condition: Copy is in very good condition. Dunseith, J. Neeve, Chas. Neeve, Jim Dunseith, Dave Cousins, Geo. Hogg, Jim Finnie, Enn Clarke, Wib Dunseith, Jim Ready, property of R.U. Sowers.
Photo of a group of people posed sitting or squatting in a quarry. Most of them look like they have been down there for awhile working away, but a couple of people stand out in their clean looking white shirts (especially the woman). Condition: Fair. Silvering along bottom. Stains and marks on...
Photo of a group of men who appear to be workers for some sort of factory. The guess is perhaps C. Richardson and Co., Maxwells or the door factory. Condition: Good. Some dirt on corners and slight loss of contrast.
Photo of a group of men and horses down in a quarry that once existed just west of Water Street.
Click on the photo for a slightly larger view. Condition: Okay. Some fading but looks pretty good. A crusher can be seen behind team operated by John Bonis who was killed on job and was replaced...
1937 Photo of the DeLong Hook and Eye Company building after a flood in 1937. All around debris can be seen making a wall of where the water would have most certainly hit. Condition: Good. A little curled with uneven yellowing.
Photo of the Victoria (Queen Street) Bridge. The Opera House and the Mill can be seen in the background. Condition: Okay. Loss of detail evident; slightly worn with some uneven tone.
1904 Photo of Mr. Sclater standing in his quarry, Sclater Limeworks. This photo was taken in 1904 for the Beareau of Mines, Vol XII. Condition: Very good.
1904 Photo of Sclater Limeworks, taken in 1904 for the Bureau of Mines, Vol. 12. Condition: Very good.
1904 Photo of the Thames Quarry taken in 1904 for Bureau of Mines, Vol. 12. This photo shows the quarry as well as some machinery and men at work. Condition: Very good.
1868 Photo of the "Plan of the McIntosh Mill Property" in St. Marys.
(Photo was taken in order to make a copy of the original, then a contact print was made from the negative. Negative is on file).
Shows lot numbers within Thames Avenue, Victoria Street, Water Street and St. Maria Street....
1915 Photo of Plant No. 1 of the St. Marys Cement plant. A field can be seen in the foreground with all the buildings in the background.
This photo comes from a series of 20 photographs dated 1915. Three show the St. Marys Cement Plant while 17 show buildings and bridges (mostly in Toronto)...
1915 View of the quarry and some of the equipment and machinery used as well as some of the buildings.
In the background a lot of plain land with grass and trees can be seen.
This photo comes from a series of 20 photographs dated 1915. Three show the St. Marys Cement Plant while 17 show buildings...
1915 Photo of the clay beds and the factory at the St. Marys Cement plant.
This photo comes from a series of 20 photographs dated 1915. Three show the St. Marys Cement Plant while 17 show buildings and bridges (mostly in Toronto) constructed using Rogers Cement. They were in a sales package, and...
Print of J.D. Moore's Block, located on the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. Two horse-drawn wagons are being unloaded.
This print was taken from a lead engraving block found in the former Turnbull home in St. Marys. Condition: Copy is good.
Photo of the St. Marys Cement Company Band. The men are all posed holding onto their instruments with the drum (bearing the band's logo) right in the middle. Condition: Okay. Has browned considerably. Image is hard to see (lighting changed digitally to bring out more detail).