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Subject:  Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada; Grimsby Beach -- History  Sort by:  Relevance
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Grimsby Park. Canada's Greatest Summer Resort 
TextsNewspapers  "Grimsby Park. Canada's Greatest Summer Resort," The Globe, March 31st, 1900  Saturday Globe, Toronto edition. Vol. LVI., Number 15,683 It is believed that this articles comes from an edition of the Saturday Globe, the weekend printing of The Globe from Utica, New York.
Grand Trunk Railway Double Track through the Garden of Canada 
ImagesTexts  Oct 7, 1908,   This is a colored illustrated postcard with an undivided back and was postally used. The front shows the engine of a steam train with several cars, double tracks, telegraph poles, an orchard, and buildings in the background. The season portrayed is summer. On the back is a Grimsby postmark dated...
Grimsby Beach Railroad Station 
Images  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...
Grimsby Beach, The Pride of Canada 
TextsImages  Summer 1911  Gone were the days of the Ontario Methodist Campground; bankruptcy had claimed the Grimsby Park Company. H.H. Wylie, an investor from Cleveland, had purchased the Grimsby Park area in 1910. Wylie turned it into an amusement park with a rollercoaster, balloon ascensions, games, prizes, and...
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