Explore Prince Of Wales, Broadway and more!

This postcard captures Broadway, looking East from the corner of First St. The year is unknown but the roads are unpaved (Broadway was not paved until 1921) and residents' transportation includes horse and buggy. In the distance, Prince of Wales Rd. (now Highway 10) can be seen.

This postcard captures Broadway, looking East from the corner of First St. The year is unknown but the roads are unpaved (Broadway was not paved until 1921) and residents' transportation includes horse and buggy. In the distance, Prince of Wales Rd. (now Highway 10) can be seen.

This postcard shows the corner of Broadway and First St., with the original 199 Broadway building on the left.

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Facing West, this photograph shows a parade marching Eat down Broadway.

Facing West, this photograph shows a parade marching Eat down Broadway.

Between 1904-1910 a 3-storey building was constructed at the corner of First St (formerly Prince of Wales Rd) and Broadway, at 2 First Street, which originally housed Chisholm's General Store and then the Bank of Hamilton. The building later became home to the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). The building stood until approximately 1984 when it was demolished to make room for the modern building which we see there today, still home to Orangeville's CIBC.

Between 1904-1910 a 3-storey building was constructed at the corner of First St (formerly Prince of Wales Rd) and Broadway, at 2 First Street, which originally housed Chisholm's General Store and then the Bank of Hamilton. The building later became home to the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). The building stood until approximately 1984 when it was demolished to make room for the modern building which we see there today, still home to Orangeville's CIBC.

This photo shows a parade on West Broadway celebrating the Relief of Ladysmith.  Photo courtesy of the Dufferin County Museum & Archives. Photo Number P-0548

This photo shows a parade on West Broadway celebrating the Relief of Ladysmith. Photo courtesy of the Dufferin County Museum & Archives.

This is a great picture of the North side of Broadway in 1962, which shows #191, 189, 183, 183, 177 and 175 Broadway.

This is a great picture of the North side of Broadway in which shows 177 and 175 Broadway.

Built around 1875, the Grand Central Hotel was an intricately designed building, in business for over 100 years on broadway, before it was demolished in the 1980's.

Built around the Grand Central Hotel was an intricately designed building, in business for over 100 years on broadway, before it was demolished in the

Margaret and James' Sanderson's store was located on the South side of Broadway, a early as 1911.

Margaret and James' Sanderson's store was located on the South side of Broadway, a early as

This photo shows two women looking out of their apartment window at 195 Broadway in the 1920's, above D.B. Brown & Son's Land loan and Insurance Office, and the local meat market.

This photo shows two women looking out of their apartment window at 195 Broadway in the above D. Brown & Son's Land loan and Insurance Office, and the local meat market.

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