c. 1910, This sepia toned, white-bordered postcard shows two people, probably both children, standing on small piers at Grimsby Beach. Next to them in the water are several boats. A boathouse is visible in the background. Scene on Beach, Grimsby Beach, Ont.
c. 1900, This sepia-toned postcard shows the Grimsby Park pier and beach filled with people. The pier was a popular place to go for leisurely walks, social gatherings, and to see and be seen. Sailboats and canoes were available for rent. Part of the ticket booth at the end of the pier is in the lower-right...
This is a white-bordered postcard with a divided back. It is postally unused. It shows the beach of Grimsby Beach in the summer. There are six women in the foreground sitting on the beach and in a canoe which is on dry land. A few other people are in the background. A boat house is visible as well...
This is a postally unused colored postcard depicting the beach at Grimsby Beach. It shows a stretch of sand and water with a few people on the beach. Front (top): Lake Ontario at GRIMSBY
Front (bottom): F.H. Leslie, Ltd. Niagara Falls
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