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Became a #1 about 8 years after the initial 1982 release. 6 hours ago ■ Like Daniel Steacy Many a ROCKER listens to Classical BTW. Ken Hattie J okyonim The CNT Commercial Office, downtown Sault Ste Marie, Ont. / nours ago ■ Li Ke ■ Lomment ■ buoscnoe Karan Gerber likes this. 11 hours ago ■ Like Norm Moreland Gardens would have been further North. J oy Pinter J J (J im'Hilsinger) bought the property on Great Northern Road from my cousin John Dillon.... 6 hours ago ■ Like ■ 1 person April Giles J okelainen I beleive those pictures are still on the outside of the building that were there when Dairy Queen was the Girl in Red. 6 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Helen Kennedy The 1969 srike at the Steel Plant when guys were lined up at number 1 gate to get their 25$ voucher 6 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Sandra Dunn Ate plenty of porridge and canned carnation milk and powdered skim milk. Yesterday at am ■ Like ■ 1 person Susan Stone I went to school with Laurie Harriman Yesterday at am- Like Susan Stone Wendy did you work at Marks and Spencer in the Churchill Plaza with my Mom, Marg Moore? between Charles and Parliament (of the two houses on that block) and went to Corpus Christi from 1975-1984. 8 hours ago ■ Like Sam Caputo Forgot to mention that we moved up to the hill (Wilson Street) in the fall of '82. Derek Lawrence Who remembers a band called Spring Heeled J ack?7 hours ago ■ Like Ken Hattie J okyonim I just posted a new pic of the Canadian National Telegraph office on Queen Street, circa 1953. 7 hours ago ■ Like Ken Hattie J okyonim I thought, if I recall, you were a rocker? My influnce into Classical was Via ELP and ok my old Da ! Daniel Steacy This building was a SUB shop I think when I left the SOO in 83 was it not ? 7 hours ago ■ Like I April Giles J okelainen Does that say Adanac? 5 hours ago ■ Like Ken Hattiejokyonim I think it is about time someone noticed the two Adanac signs. All the kids marked on the pages what they wanted from Santa! I can imagine the disclaimer one must sign these days if so... That pic doesn't show enough of the are for it to be in there. to the Algoma Hotel 10 hours ago ■ Like Norm Moreland * a re = area 10 hours ago ■ Like Terry Higgins Remember the red sandstone fence that encircle all gardens property and even across the street where the empire is and beside the old Grandview Hotel 9 hours ago ■ Like Klash Cthe red sand stone, was originally from the international hotel 8 hours ago ■ Like Sharron Byce Look closely, you can see the sandstone pillars along Bay St. It went right up to Queen, and the last one on Queen I ever saw was between the Bell building and the Grandview Hotel. 7 hours ago ■ Like Sharron Byce I remember it still there on Bruce when the rides for the fair were on that property. 7 hours ago ■ Like Sharron Byce I mean the stone wall, not the hotel! ~ Mike Abbott Wow 6 hours ago ■ Like Ken Hattie J okyonim I know Lee is old ,but how can anyone retain such old pics for so long. 6 hours ago ■ Like 5 Mary-Ellen Voth I think that was the year we had the rock thrown through our window. Patti Trainor Algoma Steel had offices in the building at Queen and Spring, south east side, an old grey building. $F Dave Miller Anyl remember getting drunk, laid and kicked out of Bellevue park? Patti Trainor Victor Mann Florist on Queen :) 6 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe j Marcy St J ohn If you go for a drive on Hwy 17 north on the right hand side I think its just before Hayden there are old busses parked there... 16 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Dave Paterson and 4 others like this. 15 hours ago ■ Like Lisa Mc Lean geez is that Groucho walking in front of the theatre?? Yesterday at 11: 15am ■ Like Wendy Clarke Gray I worked there when it was Walkers but I do remember the name, I was in high school when I started there and left in 1974 to move to London and worked at Walkers here for a while. I remember they had a local hit in the early 80's played on local radio. 8 hours ago ■ Unlike ■ Comment ■ Subscribe You like this. ur mom would probably remember the pics better 15 hours ago ■ Like Brian Van Scoy wow this picture can not be that old and i have no idea where it is. i see the newer green street lights 14 hours ago ■ Like A Ken Hattie J okyonim I posted it as there might be something there that has disappeared recently.Add Friends to Group Create Doc Create Event View Photos Leave Group Daniel Steacy Chico,, and the Man.4 hours ago ■ Like Daniel Steacy No search engines here freinds, just me.

Linda Sawyer De Marco Systems please refresh my memory!? 17 hours ago ■ Like Lee-Anne La Berge Davidson Holiday Inn. 15 hours ago ■ Like * Dan Travaglini first "shooter bar" in the soo 3 hours ago ■ Like Write a comment.. August 12 at am ■ Like ■ 1 person Carol Pringle circuses as a kid was a real treat remember the balloon within a balloon... August 12 at am ■ Like Lisa C Laine I think this is where I remeber standing in line to get a new licence plate...: Thursday at am ■ Like ■ 2 people Dan R Duggan I sold popcorn, pop and programs for a few years there, plus I was a rinkrat for one game, couldnt walk properly on the ice! These pic's look to be from the mid to early 60's judging by the cars and the plummer was there long before that. There was a gentleman there I believe he was in his 90, s and had bottles from model dairy for sale and still had cardboard plugs in them 6 hours ago ■ Like Write a comment.. 6 hours ago ■ Like Sharron Byce I was told they had to put the washrooms upstairs because they were not handicapped accesable. 11 hours ago ■ Like Sharron Byce You can also see the back of the Algoma Hotel across Bruce St. That large sandstone building that is now Community Credit Union was at one time the ACR train station. ..cares anyway the pic is still way cool 13 hours ago ■ Like ■ 1 person Brian Van Scoy with grass along the street that looks like its been there for at least a month due to the hight and amout.

Marianne Perry Does anybody remember the Soo Drive-In? Clean up one summer then promoted to popcorn maker the next summer and somewhere along the line, ticket taker too. heck I stayed all weekend and it poured and we had a blast 5 hours ago ■ Like Tina Henderson Hey Rollande are you related to Scott Powley I went to school in grade 5 with a scott powley and I think he had a sister named Penny. Wednesday at am ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe 2 people like this. Irene Ferris and Cathie Ferris were added by Mary-Ellen Voth. 5 hours ago ■ Like Ken Hattiejokyonim A bicycle is a motor vehicle and, therefore, can be ticketed for speeding. I tell the truth and do not lie...hehehe 5 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Dan Travaglini likes this. Angie Di Gasparro How many of you still call KFC chicken J J 'S chicken? Bill Gowans how about CHili burgers at the lone pine drive in 17 hours ago ■ Like Lisa C Laine I haven't lived there in over 20 years... get strange looks from the kids and suggestions that maybe I 'ma step or 2 away fromsenility!! 11 hours ago ■ Like Lisa C Laine Hillsinger had something to do with the Water Tower Inn... 6 hours ago ■ Like Cindy Mancini Bromley I remember it upstairs of foch's cleaners 6 hours ago ■ Like Sharron Byce I remember the Welfare office up there, but not city hall. Beatles, Uriah Heep, Aerosmith, Blackmore's Rainbow, Led Zepplin, Klaatu et al. 9 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Norm Moreland Frenched rack of lamb on the BBQ with mint sauce, fresh snow peas (steamed of course), and seasoned rice pilaf.

9 hours ago ■ Unlike ■ Comment ■ Subscribe You, Barbara Ann Belair and 3 others like this. Sharron Byce Top pic- Royalton's furniture was across from Woolco. 5 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Trevor Mills Not sure if she was mentioned among all the post But everyones favorite cop Officer Beckett every kids worst nightmare Yesterday at pm ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Linda Sawyer De Marco, Bev Fleet, Tim Lajoie and 2 others like this. But, was he doing over 60 kph Imao 5 hours ago ■ Like Write a comment... After it was torn down and the library, I think that's where the puc built. Mike Abbott Do you remember Canadian Tire on Queen? Follow with a nice Cabernet - Merlot blend and the company of my lady.

Dorothy Lefort- Johnson getting a nurse like person who comes into your classroom giving f louride? Not sure if this happened in the Soo or Calgary.... looked like a Mickey Mouse August 12 at am ■ Like ■ 4 people Klash Coktoberfest at the gardens i only remember it as a kid,, August 12 at am ■ Like ■ 1 person m Mathew J ohnson worked there for 5 years. lol 10 hours ago ■ Like Dan Travaglini Used to go get your license there once a year. 10 hours ago ■ Like Karen Pomber That's not the doctor's building between the hospitals. How about the Algoma Theatre and the Princess Theatre then there's the Girl in Red (restaurant)... 15 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe 2 people like this. 6 hours ago ■ Like April Giles J okelainen I do love how when they remodeled, they retained the starry "Muios" sign, and also posted the old pics on the side of the building. 9 hours ago ■ Like Roy Mitchell this is just a voyageur restaurant... Lee Dale-Leblanc this is the site before the Station mall and you can see that woolco and davis clothing were already there, you can see the original train offices which the large brick building closest to the water front. i think the ascu is there now but i am not sure 14 hours ago ■ Like ■ 2 people Brian Van Scoy should say which" I S" the large brick building lol 14 hours ago ■ Like 13 J Kerry Lynne Van Daele the water was high back then 11 hours ago ■ Like ■ 1 person Klash C those tracks you see,, was coming out of the plant they were dumping slag into the river to get more land, , they would just keep moving the tracks out to the edge of the water dump and and move the tracks dump again,,, bay st would be the shore line, before this 11 hours ago ■ Like Klash Cthis is a great picture thanks for sharing,, you can the empire, the bell building, possibly the grandview hotel, between woolco and the the bell building,, the south entrance of the gardens,, 11 hours ago ■ Like Lee Dale-Leblanc omg my dad worked at the plant for years and now i remeber him telling me about dumping the slag that would explain the ruts thanks! 11 hours ago ■ Like Klash C at the top middle of the picture i believe that to be collegiate heights, 7 hours ago ■ Like ■ 1 person Write a comment... i feel young 14 hours ago ■ Like Lisa Gassi Fleet Wow, where on Albert St do you suppose this is? not one car on the road or in driveways or people walking.. wouldnt be there if they were getting ready to pave it. 13 hours ago ■ Like Mark Morris see wotcha started now mark :( 13 hours ago ■ Like Brian Van Scoy lol 13 hours ago ■ Like CJ Le Blanc this pic was one of many sent to us in an email from a friend of my Step-Dad's so my wife figured that she would post it, I guess next time she won't bother.

the voices in my head just can't agree:) Yesterday at am ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Terri Desbiens likes this. My grandmother lived in the little house on the corner of Lucy Terrace and Queen Street right next to the doctor's building. 9 hours ago ■ Like Dan Travaglini looks like part of the bug lab or forestry bldg by Pine street Marina 3 hours ago ■ Like Write a comment... Cindy Mancini Bromley awsom picture 15 hours ago ■ Like Sharron Byce Algoma theatre was still there! I beleive they also have some old Queen st pics up inside the restaurant. 8 hours ago ■ Unlike ■ 1 person ^ Peter Bridges mcgintys' ^J 7 hours ago ■ Like Write a comment... classier weekend fries and gravy were had at the Peacock on Queen St. the one that I P remember was at Highway 17 and second line, .where the Mc Donalds is now I think. 14 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe Rett Rossi likes this. j Lee Dale-Leblanc good lord albert street before it was paved wow 14 hours ago ■ Like ■ Comment ■ Subscribe 2 people like this. 14 hours ago ■ Like En j Laurie Vowels I have to agree with Mark... Whether it was faked or not wasn't the point, all the streets at one time in the Sault were nothing more then wagon ruts anyway.

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