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  • Looking Towards Rice Lake and the Sarnia Bridge
    Image       This is a photograph of a man, identified as Ed Carr, looking out towards rice lake and the Sarnia Bridge. A note on the photograph points out that the picture was developed backwards, so the photograph is a mirror image of what it should be.
    Image     This is a photograph of a man, identified as Ed Carr, looking out towards rice lake and the Sarnia Bridge. A note on the photograph points out that the picture ...
  • Sarnia Bridge
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  • Aerial View of St. Marys
    Image       This photograph shows an aerial view of some of the north ward of St. Marys. On the left, you can see the Sarnia Bridge, the Thames River, and the Flats (Milt Dunnell Field). Two church spires are also visible: the Presbyterian Church (left) and Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church ...
    Image     This photograph shows an aerial view of some of the north ward of St. Marys. On the left, you can see the Sarnia Bridge, the Thames River, and the Flats ...
  • Aerial View of St. Marys
    Image       This photograph shows an aerial view of the north ward of St. Marys. In the bottom right corner of the image, you can see the London Bridge over Trout Creek. On the left, in the distance, you can see the Sarnia Bridge. Two church spires are also visible: the Presbyterian ...
    Image     This photograph shows an aerial view of the north ward of St. Marys. In the bottom right corner of the image, you can see the London Bridge over Trout Creek. ...
  • View of Thames River and Sarnia Bridge
    Imagecomment       This is a photograph of the Thames River looking north towards the Sarnia Bridge. There is a lone cow standing in the river.
    Imagecomment     This is a photograph of the Thames River looking north towards the Sarnia Bridge. There is a lone cow standing in the river.
  • Water at Winter; Sarnia Bridge in Background
    Image       This photo shows a view of the Sarnia Bridge. The Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that they would be opening two lines to St. Marys: one from Sarnia and one from London. The first train crossed the Sarnia ...
    Image     This photo shows a view of the Sarnia Bridge. The Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that they would ...
  • River and G.T.R. Bridge
    Image       This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that they would be opening two lines to St. Marys: one from Sarnia and one from London. The first train crossed ...
    Image     This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that ...
  • River and G.T.R. Bridge
    Image       This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that they would be opening two lines to St. Marys: one from Sarnia and one from London. The first train crossed ...
    Image     This photo shows Sarnia Bridge from the west bank of the Thames. Sarnia Bridge served the Grand Trunk Railway for 130 years. In 1957, the Grand Trunk Railway announced that ...
  • Grand Trunk Trail, St. Marys, Ontario
    Image       "Grand Trunk Trail -- St. Mary, Ontario"
    Image     "Grand Trunk Trail -- St. Mary, Ontario"
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