16 Woodward Avenue in 2012 and in 1979. Haggers (next door) has received a new front as well.It's now a drygoods store.
Part of the McFadden/Domtar lumber mill in 1978, at which time it was derelict. I have no idea what this building was for. At the time one of the commercial fishers was using it for storage. It's long gone.
The remains of the dock at Blind River in 1978. For many decades, ships arrived here carrying people, goods, and later on cars. Neither tree nor trailer exist any more. The dock pilings were cut away one winter as a make-work project.
Actually in 1991, my error
Braithwaite's Hardware warehouse shed on the Blind River was a landmark for many years. With its painted walls, it reminded the viewer of an earlier ear, when small businesses were the core of the local economy. This area of the waterfront is now a parking lot and a park.
Update 9 March 2015: Since summer 2014, the Golden Bakery building houses doctor's office.
The Algoma Hotel burning in 1972. It stood opposite Young's Auto-Body shop. The hotel had a reputation as a strip joint.
It's much more sedate now, offering good food in its Cafe and dining room.
The breakwater defining the channel at Carlson's Dock, in 1979. So it's a historic picture, even though the breakwater is still there.
The next two are from summer 2003.