St. Catharines Downtown Association
St. Catharines Downtown Association
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Honours for a 'gem' on St. Paul | St. Catharines Standard. St. Paul Street St. Catharines Ontario as it looked in 1875

Honours for a 'gem' on St.

Serendipity Sweets, 144 St. Paul Street - Grand opening May 28, 2013

Paul Street - Grand opening May 2013

Diana Sweets St. Catharines

Diana Sweets Restaurant - Share your memories of this historic restaurant in Downtown St. Catharines Ontario real estate resource center, find mls listings, condos and

Roman Catholic Church and Convent on Church Street in St. Catharines (image/jpeg)

Roman Catholic Church and Convent on Church Street in St.

St. Paul Street

St. Paul Street

Old Courthouse Buildings in St Catharines (image/jpeg)

Old Courthouse Buildings in St Catharines (image/jpeg)

St. Paul Street. St. Catharines Ontario

St. Paul Street. St. Catharines Ontario

The New Murray Hotel was a downtown fixture at 58 James St. for 109 years. The property began as a coach factory & livery stable as well as hostelry in 1864 and was given the name Murray Hotel by owner Capt. James Murray. In 1868 the building was renamed the Pickwick House. By 1910 it was called the New Murray House.  In the 1950s the hotel was bought by Kay Wilton who opened a drug store onsite. The old building was torn down to make way for a new office building (from St Catharines…

The New Murray Hotel was a downtown fixture at 58 James St. for 109 years. The property began as a coach factory & livery stable as well as hostelry in 1864 and was given the name Murray Hotel by owner Capt. James Murray. In 1868 the building was renamed the Pickwick House. By 1910 it was called the New Murray House. In the 1950s the hotel was bought by Kay Wilton who opened a drug store onsite. The old building was torn down to make way for a new office building (from St Catharines…

St Paul Street

St Paul Street

St. Paul Street, Downtown St. Catharines

St. Paul Street, Downtown St. Catharines

Old Carnegie Library, torn down 1977 the year I started at City Hall.

Old Carnegie Library, torn down 1977 the year I started at City Hall.

The weathered building in St.Catharines' downtown houses a pizza parlor and a 40-year-old mystery.  For about 10 days in February 1970, a series of strange occurrences is said to have plagued 237 Church St, Apt. 1. Pictures flying off walls. Bookcases crashing to the floor without cause. A police officer sitting in a chair that was picked up six inches off the floor.  The kind of spooky stuff made for movies. The root cause of this otherworldly chaos?  Legend has it, an 11-year-old boy…

The weathered building in St.Catharines' downtown houses a pizza parlor and a 40-year-old mystery. For about 10 days in February 1970, a series of strange occurrences is said to have plagued 237 Church St, Apt. 1. Pictures flying off walls. Bookcases crashing to the floor without cause. A police officer sitting in a chair that was picked up six inches off the floor. The kind of spooky stuff made for movies. The root cause of this otherworldly chaos? Legend has it, an 11-year-old boy…

St.Catharines Carnegie Public Library | St.Catharines Heritage (stcatharinesheritage.com)  The Carnegie library was one of 125 built in Canada with funding from the Carnegie Foundation.  The library remained in use until 1977 when the Centennial Library was opened.  55 Church Street Built: 1905 Demolished: 1977 Architect: Sidney Rose Badgley

Sadly, the building was torn down & the new Court House was built.

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