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  • Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873
    Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873
    image  1872,     The Merryweather Steam Fire Engine, manufactured in England, served the Town of Whitby from November 1872 to 1926 when it was replaced by two motorized fire trucks. The engine saved downtown Oshawa from destruction by fire on the night of December 8, 1872. In 1934 the Town of Whitby gave ...
    image  1872,   The Merryweather Steam Fire Engine, manufactured in England, served the Town of Whitby from November 1872 to 1926 when it was replaced by two motorized fire trucks. The engine saved ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Chris Neil Senators Ticket
    Chris Neil Senators Ticket
    imageobjectmystery       Chris Neil, from Flesherton, featured as a child and an adult on an Ottawa Senators game ticket.
    imageobjectmystery     Chris Neil, from Flesherton, featured as a child and an adult on an Ottawa Senators game ticket.
    Grey Highlands Public Library
  • New Dundee Tweedsmuir History Book F
    New Dundee Tweedsmuir History Book F
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    New Dundee Women's Institute
  • New Dundee Tweedsmuir History Book O2
    New Dundee Tweedsmuir History Book O2
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    New Dundee Women's Institute
  • Heydenshore Park Beach, c.1912
    Heydenshore Park Beach, c.1912
    imagecomment  c.1912,     Printed at top right: 'On the Beach at Heydenshore Park, Whitby, Ont., Canada'
    imagecomment  c.1912,   Printed at top right: 'On the Beach at Heydenshore Park, Whitby, Ont., Canada'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Mildmay Camp
    Mildmay Camp
    imageobject  c.1946,     'Mildmay Camp, Whitby, Ontario' printed underneath the image.
    imageobject  c.1946,   'Mildmay Camp, Whitby, Ontario' printed underneath the image.
    Whitby Public Library
  • Residence of John Dryden/Maple Shade Farm
    Residence of John Dryden/Maple Shade Farm
    image  c.1925,     'Res W. A Dryden/Brooklin Ont' printed on the photograph at left.
    image  c.1925,   'Res W. A Dryden/Brooklin Ont' printed on the photograph at left.
    Whitby Public Library
  • Residence of John Davidson
    Residence of John Davidson
    imageobject  c.1910,     The residence of John Davidson was located on lot 31 of Concession 8 in Whitby Township.
    imageobject  c.1910,   The residence of John Davidson was located on lot 31 of Concession 8 in Whitby Township.
    Whitby Public Library
  • Whitby Junction Station
    Whitby Junction Station
    imageobject  c.1911,     The Whitby junction Station was built at the foot of Byron Street on the Grand Trunk Railway in 1903. It closed in 1969 and in 1970 it was moved to the north-east corner of Victoria and Henry Streets for use as an art gallery. In 2004 the Station Gallery was ...
    imageobject  c.1911,   The Whitby junction Station was built at the foot of Byron Street on the Grand Trunk Railway in 1903. It closed in 1969 and in 1970 it was moved to ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Whitby Junction Station
    Whitby Junction Station
    imageobject  1918,     Printed at bottom right: 'G.T.R. Station/Whitby Ont.'
    imageobject  1918,   Printed at bottom right: 'G.T.R. Station/Whitby Ont.'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Station
    Canadian Pacific Railway Station
    imageobject  c.1915,     Printed at bottom of postcard: 'C.P.R. Station, Whitby, Ont., Canada'Printed at bottom right: '112, 191, J.V.'
    imageobject  c.1915,   Printed at bottom of postcard: 'C.P.R. Station, Whitby, Ont., Canada'Printed at bottom right: '112, 191, J.V.'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Whitby Junction Station
    Whitby Junction Station
    imageobject  c.1908,     Printed at top left: 'G.T.R. Station, Whitby, Ont., Canada'
    imageobject  c.1908,   Printed at top left: 'G.T.R. Station, Whitby, Ont., Canada'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Whitby Junction Station
    Whitby Junction Station
    imageobject  c.1920,     Printed at bottom left: 'G.T.R. Depot Whitby, Ont.'
    imageobject  c.1920,   Printed at bottom left: 'G.T.R. Depot Whitby, Ont.'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Station
    Canadian Pacific Railway Station
    image  1915,     Printed at bottom right: 'C.P.R. Station, Whitby, Ont., Canada'
    image  1915,   Printed at bottom right: 'C.P.R. Station, Whitby, Ont., Canada'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Construction of Canadian Northern Railway Trestle over Devil's Den
    Construction of Canadian Northern Railway Trestle over Devil's Den
    image  1910,     The Canadian Northern Railway was built through the 5th Concession of Whitby Township in 1910. A steel railway trestle was built across Devil's Den over the Lynde Creek. It was demolished about 1937.
    image  1910,   The Canadian Northern Railway was built through the 5th Concession of Whitby Township in 1910. A steel railway trestle was built across Devil's Den over the Lynde Creek. It was ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Construction of Canadian Northern Railway Bridge over Devil's Den
    Construction of Canadian Northern Railway Bridge over Devil's Den
    image  1910,     Printed at right: 'C.N.R. Bridge/At The Den Bro[oklin]/1910/Photo by Jewell'
    image  1910,   Printed at right: 'C.N.R. Bridge/At The Den Bro[oklin]/1910/Photo by Jewell'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Canadian Northern Railway Station
    Canadian Northern Railway Station
    image  1912,     Printed at right: 'C.N.R. Station/Brooklin'
    image  1912,   Printed at right: 'C.N.R. Station/Brooklin'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Canadian Northern Bridge over Devil's Den
    Canadian Northern Bridge over Devil's Den
    image  1910,     Handwritten at right: 'C.N.R./Steel Brid[ge]/Devil's De[n]/Near/Brooklin, O[N]'
    image  1910,   Handwritten at right: 'C.N.R./Steel Brid[ge]/Devil's De[n]/Near/Brooklin, O[N]'
    Whitby Public Library
  • Canadian Northern Railway Station
    Canadian Northern Railway Station
    image  1912,     The Canadian Northern Railway was built through Concession 5 in 1910. The station was built east of Highway 12 south of Brooklin. It was called 'Brinlook', a form of Brooklin.The station was later moved a short distance and became a residence.
    image  1912,   The Canadian Northern Railway was built through Concession 5 in 1910. The station was built east of Highway 12 south of Brooklin. It was called 'Brinlook', a form of Brooklin.The ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Canadian Northern Railway Construction Crew
    Canadian Northern Railway Construction Crew
    imagemystery  1910,     The Canadian Northern Railway was built through Concession 5 in 1910.
    imagemystery  1910,   The Canadian Northern Railway was built through Concession 5 in 1910.
    Whitby Public Library
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