Postmarked Nov 2, 1911 Postcard view of the London railway bridge (still in use today). The Thames river can be seen in the foreground, with a hut being seen off to the right side. "London Bridge, St. Mary's, Canada"
Coloured-in postcard view of the Grand Trunk railway bridge (now a walkway). "Grand Trunk Viaduct, St. Marys, Canada."
View of St. Marys from railway bridge, a railway line to London, over Trout Creek. "St. Mary's From London Bridge"
Postmarked Aug 21, 1911 Postcard view of the Thames River and the area once known as "Rice Lake" (area around Milt Dunnell field - AKA "The Flats").
Shows the "Little Falls" and in the background the Grand Trunk trail viaduct can also be seen. "River Thames and Rice Lake, St. Mary's, Ont."
Postmarked July __, 1909 Postcard view of "The Race" (water flow used for the mills), and in the background the Sarnia railway bridge (still in use) is visible.
Four men in a boat are visible, a couple of them tipping their hat to the photographer. This photo was taken by Milton Reesor and is available in the Reesor...
Postmarked January 1913 Postcard view of the London railway bridge (still in use today) with a train crossing over it.
In the background the train station can be seen (now a CN station and a tourist information building) as well as the town's water tower. Condition: Extremely fragile. Use only the digital copies....
Postmarked Aug 12, 1912 Postcard view of Trout Creek with the London railway bridge seen in the background with a train crossing it. "Trout Creek and London Bridge, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada"
Postmark year 1913 Postcard view of the North side of St. Marys taken from the London (railway) Bridge.
In the background the Presbyterian church can be seen on the left and the Catholic church on the right. "St. Mary's looking North from London Bridge"
Postmarked 1912 Postcard view of the Mill Race with 4 men in a boat casually floating towards the photographer. In the background the Sarnia railway bridge can be seen. Also see 021pc-OA for a black and white version of this postcard.
One can also go through the Reesor Collection of photos at the St. Marys...
1912 Photo of a girder being replaced on the railway trestle that crosses Trout Creek (near the St. Marys train station). Men can be seen standing on either side, with large machinery seen slowly letting the girder down.
Click on the image to see an article on the replacement of the girders....
Tinted postcard view of a bridge with a train crossing the railway viaduct in the background. Condition: Good. A little bit of wearing and yellowing. River View and Railway Viaduct, St. Marys
Sepia toned postcard view of the bend in the river near the Sarnia Bridge (now part of the Grand Trunk walking trail). In the background we can see the Sarnia Bridge. Condition: Okay. Worn, dirty and yellowed. on the back:
The Band int he River, St. Marys, Ont.
Postmarked 1907 Postcard view of the London railway bridge which crosses over Trout Creek in St. Marys. In the background a church's tower can be seen - in the foreground grass and trees . The Museum has two copies of this postcard under this identifying number (0945pc).
Copy 1 - Fair. Yellowed...
Postcard view of Rice Lake with a couple of men in a small boat resting in the water. The Sarnia railway bridge can be seen in the background over the Thames River.
Rice Lake was formed by the creation of a new dam by the Carter Milling Company, and named after the man running the company at...
Postcard view of the Falls and Rice Lake. On Rice Lake people in canoes can be seen, with the Flats seen behind, and way in the background the Sarnia railway bridge. Condition: Fair. Worn looking and brown toned. Appears to have aged a lot.
Tinted postcard view of London Bridge from the north. The old water tower can be seen in the background, with a train going over the London bridge (heading towards the station / heading to London). Condition: Excellent. Some yellowing, but is in amazing shape for age. London Bridge, St. Mary's,...
Postcard view of three different St. Marys bridges. The first in view is the Wellington Street bridge with the Church Street bridge just hiding right behind it. Way off in the background the London railroad bridge can be seen. In the foreground Trout Creek and the surrounding foliage and...
ca. 1950 Photo of the Thames River with the Sarnia railroad bridge seen in the background. Condition: Copy is good.
ca. 1950 Photo of the the dam (which gives St. Marys one of its many nicknames: Little Falls), with the Sarnia railroad bridge visible in the background. Condition: Copy is good.
ca. 1950 Photo of the dam and of the Sarnia Bridge viewed from the Queen Street bridge. Condition: Copy is good.