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<b>Remember This?</b> Timmins soldiers off to war

Remember This? Timmins soldiers off to war

Lieutenant Gordon and a number of new recruits of the Porcupine platoon of the Fourth Forestry Draft, World War One, taken on the corner of Pine Street and Fourth Avenue,
<b>Remember This?</b> The Hotel Shunia

Remember This? The Hotel Shunia

Ma and Pa Potts' hotel burned down in 1915, but they made their mark such that the town of Pottsville was later named after them
<b>Remember This?</b> Take a trip back to the 1930s

Remember This? Take a trip back to the 1930s

It was a time when the Pizza Pizza at Third Avenue and Cedar Street was something else entirely.
<b>Remember This?</b> A big anniversary for Mr. Dalton

Remember This? A big anniversary for Mr. Dalton

A celebration of twenty-five years of business for the Dalton’s Company.

Remember This? Check out the new 'fire engine'

From the Timmins Museum: ************************* The Timmins Fire Department shows off its new “fire engine." Chief Borland is at the back of the sleigh. The photo was taken in front of the Pleasure Ice Cream Parlour.

Remember This? A crack team

From the Timmins Museum: ************************* The Mine Rescue Team from the Hollinger in 1964.

Remember This? Spring in Timmins

Ah, springtime. This is what it looked like in 1964. Courtesy the Timmins Museum: ************************* Spring in Timmins, 1964; Pine Street near Algonquin Blvd. – The TD Bank is now the site of an abandoned bar.

Remember This? A mysterious sixth man

There was Ed, Babe, Vernin, Joe and Alan. And then there was an unidentified sixth man who played at the opening of the CKGB radio station as part of the Northern Lights Band.

Remember This? Think back to 1960

From the Timmins Museum: ************************* A view of Third Avenue at Pine Street, 1960. ************************* Each week, the Timmins Museum provides TimminsToday readers with a glimpse of the city’s past.

Remember This? A view to the south

From the Timmins Museum: ************************* A view of Pine Street at Algonquin Blvd (then known as Fourth Avenue) in 1939, looking south.