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  • S.S. Ontario No. 1, Cobourg, Ontario
    S.S. Ontario No. 1, Cobourg, Ontario
    image  c. 1908     Front:"The Ferry Ontario No. 1, Cobourg, Ontario". On back: "I received your card and hope this finds you all well. I expect to come down to see you all before very long as we are moving away from...I will come......I go. M.H., Cobourg. Addressed to Miss Zella usher, Vernonville, Ont."
    image  c. 1908   Front:"The Ferry Ontario No. 1, Cobourg, Ontario". On back: "I received your card and hope this finds you all well. I expect to come down to see you all before ...
    Cobourg Public Library
  • Cobourg Bathing Beach and Car Ferry
    Cobourg Bathing Beach and Car Ferry
    image  c. 1908     Ontario No. 1 cost about $375,000, was 317 feet long, 54.2 foot beam, 16 1/2 foot draft, speed 13-15mph, capacity of 28 loaded coal cars, 1,000 passengers, berths for 90 people.
    image  c. 1908   Ontario No. 1 cost about $375,000, was 317 feet long, 54.2 foot beam, 16 1/2 foot draft, speed 13-15mph, capacity of 28 loaded coal cars, 1,000 passengers, berths for 90 ...
    Cobourg Public Library
  • King Street looking East to water stand-pipe
    King Street looking East to water stand-pipe
    image  1908     ..., Goodison Works, Sarnia, Ont., February 3, 1908....
    image  1908   ..., Goodison Works, Sarnia, Ont., February 3, 1908....
    Cobourg Public Library
  • Cedarmere Hotel and Grounds
    Cedarmere Hotel and Grounds
    image  c. 1908     Cedarmere was on the lake shore at the foot of Love Lane (now Ontario Street). It was originally built by Arthur McBean, and later occupied by the Castle family. Mrs. Castle was a sister of the Hon. James Cockburn. James Crowther, whose wife was the Castle's daughter, turned the home ...
    image  c. 1908   Cedarmere was on the lake shore at the foot of Love Lane (now Ontario Street). It was originally built by Arthur McBean, and later occupied by the Castle family. Mrs. ...
    Cobourg Public Library
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