Laying brick on new Oshawa arena, foundations in
Publication
Oshawa Daily Times, 25 Oct 1929
Description
Media Type
Newspaper
Text
Description
Plans have been altered materially on this structure by the owners. Big ice surface. Will have second largest ice surface of any Ontario arena.
Notes
The Oshawa Arena (also known as Hambly Arena) was constructed next to the Hambly Brothers ice plant, at the northeast corner of Bond Street West and Arena Street, Sadly, it burned down on September 15, 1953.
Date of Publication
25 Oct 1929
Subject(s)
Corporate Name(s)
Hambly Brothers ; T. B. Mothersill Company
Language of Item
English
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Laying brick on new Oshawa arena, foundations in


Plans have been altered materially on this structure by the owners. Big ice surface. Will have second largest ice surface of any Ontario arena.