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Frank W McCormick
Great job you're doing - I ran across the site by accident, looking for photos of Victorian homes in southwestern Ontario.
Fascinating project you seem to be working on. Do you know if any county or municipal archives are interested in your work?
Mark , nice pix . However: as I am a Simcoe alumnus from years ago I don't recognize the streets on which the businesses dwell . Could you maybe name the streets and which direction I am looking on the photos ? Help remind us of what used to be there by so - doing and put things into perspective.To me this could be any town at all; I only know it's Simcoe because because I typed it in. My goodness how things change so greatly....
Pacific Spirit Photography
What a wonderful collection! Ontario seems a bit closer when we look at your well-chosen images.
With best wishes from the other end of Canada,
Al @ Gloria
Thank you for taking the time and effort to take all the photos of Brandon. I have wanted to visit there for the past 40-years and you give me a great virtual trip. I have looked your Brandon photos many times. Thanks!
Good to see what Wallaceburg looks like. I had a penpal Mary Kay Macfarlane who lived in Wellington Street and we wrote during school years and until I married in 1973. I would love to find her and catch up with her. Any chance you knew her? - she would be around 61 years old now. We live in Scotland and I would love to visit Canada. Thanks.
I'm go glad that I stumbled upon your collection of pictures. They're fantastic.
I stumbled upon your pictures by chance and I'm so glad that I did.
This is a awesome site. We moved away 3 years ago to the USA and friends have been asking what it is like back home. Now all I have to do is email them the link. Thank you.
Nice pictures embee from a fellow Windsorite.
I like your pictures. What a nice collection of buildings in Ontario. You must be out there whenever the sun shines. All of your pictures show sunny sky. Keep it up embee.