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LH2570 Repaving of King Street following train track removal
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
View facing east towards Simcoe Street. On the right side are visible Burns Shoes, Laura Secord, The Marks Theatre. ON the left are visible Berg's Ladies Wear, THE Canadian Bank of Commerce, Cannings, the Regent Theatre and Hotel Genosha. Visible in centre is a truck bearing the label of General Aggregates Ltd, an Oshawa sand and gravel company owned by W. B. Bennett.
Date of Original
May 1963
Subject(s)
Local identifier
LH2570
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.90012 Longitude: -78.84957
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Location of Original
PHOTO GPC B-008 000499
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Oshawa, ON L1H 1N2
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LH2570 Repaving of King Street following train track removal


View facing east towards Simcoe Street. On the right side are visible Burns Shoes, Laura Secord, The Marks Theatre. ON the left are visible Berg's Ladies Wear, THE Canadian Bank of Commerce, Cannings, the Regent Theatre and Hotel Genosha. Visible in centre is a truck bearing the label of General Aggregates Ltd, an Oshawa sand and gravel company owned by W. B. Bennett.