1925, This postcard shows the path that went through the forest of Grimsby Park known as Lover's Lane. Reverse:
The weather is much nicer today.
We spent last evening with Mrs. Mullin (Mullen?).
Feeling fine hope you are too.
Mr Frank Syms
Box 62 Central...
Aug. 6, 1924, This sepia-toned bordered postcard shows the ticket gates at the south end of Grand Avenue. Poplar trees line the road. There are six posts set in the middle of Grand Avenue to prevent carriages or cars from using the road. The postmark is from Grimsby East. Front: Poplars and Old Toll Gate,...
Aug. 18, 1925,
...This is a white-bordered postcard which has a divided back and is postally used. The postmark is Toronto, Ont. Postal Term'l A. and is dated Aug 18 1925, 3:30 pm. The front of the postcard shows a photograph of Grimsby Beach in the 1920
s. It is the Midway of the Grimsby Beach amusement park era...
...It became a major attraction in the Grimsby Beach area in the 1920
1929, This photograph shows a team of two horses drawing a wagon taking a drink of Lake Ontario at Grimsby Beach. A man is sitting in the wagon. The Grimsby Beach pier is visible in the background and looks run-down. 1929
Summer 1923, This photograph shows the Grimsby Town Hall picnic in the summer of 1923. There are approximately 75 people shown in this photograph. June 20 1923, x Jim Hannaford x Mary Hannaford
There are two X's on the photograph with the corresponding names of the individual.
c. 1920, This black and white photograph is of Grimsby Beach Railway Station. The camera is facing west and Grimsby Park is behind the station. There are two sets of tracks in front of the station. In the background of the photograph, the loading platform for produce and other goods stretches out for many...
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