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Woodstock Photos

 

The " Frosty Jug " Bar, 117 Queen Street, Woodstock 2002

Allied Marine Centre Lower Main street, Woodstock

Neighbour Hood Drycleaners, Connell Road Woodstock

Formerly Town & Country Drycleaners

Neighbour Hood Drycleaners on Connell Road, Woodstock

Old Home Week Parade Main Street , Woodstock 2002

Town Square Old Home Week 2002 Woodstock

Hill Top Market top of Kelly Hill ,Connell Road, Woodstock

Richmond Street, Woodstock

House on corner of Chapel and Hartley Street, Woodstock

Fisher House on St. Gertrude's Street, Woodstock

House on Broadway Street, Woodstock

House on Division Street, Woodstock

Main Street, Woodstock

Main Street, Woodstock

House on Connell Street- now Barb's Dresser Drawers - store

Allen & Glenda Karnes home on the Houlton Road,Woodstock

Corner of Chapel Street and Green Street, Woodstock

Main Street, Woodstock

Main Street, Woodstock - blue house second from right was torn down March 2004

Pikey's Canteen - Lower Road, Woodstock

Duane's Furniture - Green Street, Woodstock

Larsen Building - Phillips Street, Woodstock

Broadway School remains- Broadway Street, Woodstock

Broadway School remains - view from Union Street, Woodstock

Sobey's Carleton Mall, Connell Road, Woodstock

Connell Mall, Connell Road, Woodstock

Connell Road Mall, Connell Road, Woodstock - view of Shoppers Drug Mart and Kentucky Fried Chicken

Connell Road Mall, Connell Road, Woodstock - view of the Saan Store

Canadian Tire, Connell Road, Woodstock

The remains of the old Waterworks for the Town of Woodstock on the St. John River.

Phillip's Flat On the St. John river just above Woodstock.

The house is the remains of Ken & Dees Homer's summer residence.

Old Pump Houses on the remains of Island Park , St. John river, Woodstock.

Old Pump Houses on the remains of Island Park , St. John river, Woodstock.

Old Pump Houses on the remains of Island Park , St. John river, Woodstock.

Family Ties Restaurant Houlton Road Formerly Kidd Baker's Restaurant

Cox's Shoe Store

Closed Shop__2002 , Connell Street

Cox's Shoe Store -Closed Shop 2002 , Connell Street, Woodstock

View of the Main Street Bridge & Community College

Woodstock, N.B.

Community College & the old Swimming Pool downtown Woodstock.

The Greenhouse Window Florist Shop & Economy Dry Cleaners

Main Street, Woodstock.

Woodstock Town - ariel view

What Main Street Woodstock looks like today.

The L.P. Fisher Library was built in 1912-1914 and is located at 679 Main Street, Woodstock

Lewis P. Fisher, the first mayor of Woodstock, outlined in his will a free public library was to be built from his bequeath. This Greek Revival building was designed by G. Ernest Fairweather of Saint John. Fisher was a lawyer of Loyalist descend and was mayor for twenty-four years.