Our Oshawa - My Oshawa

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Robert T. Bell
Sales Representative

Coldwell Banker 2M Realty
Independently owned and operated

231 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ontario L1G 4T1
Phone: 905-576-5200  Fax: 905-576-5201


I have taken thousands & thousands of photos of Oshawa. Check out my Flickr site - search Robert T Bell and Flickr 
or follow this link to see various Albums www.flickr.com/photos/roberttbell/albums  
Albums are also semi organized into collections of like topics www.flickr.com/photos/roberttbell/collections
I am also very active on Facebook. Feel free to take a look, join, & comment. 
Please check out: 
- my personal page   www.facebook.com/rtbell
Also here are some of the pages & groups of general interest that I run. 
- Durham Metal Detectors   www.facebook.com/DurhamMetalDetectors
- Oshawa Metal Detecting Club   www.facebook.com/groups/oshawametaldetectingclub
- Durham Remembers   www.facebook.com/DurhamRemembers
And yes if you want to buy or sell any real estate - give me a call!


Please let me know before you discard any Oshawa related material. Old photographs & postcards are especially interesting. Feel free to contact me about historical related questions anytime even if you are not buying or selling real estate. Below are a just a token few items from my collection.




Simcoe Street United Church built I867. 

Oshawa' s oldest church building still standing.

As it looked when it was built in 1867.

Simcoe Street United Church built I867.

Oshawa' s oldest church building still standing  - current view

Who says Church's don't have a sense of humour? I took this photo in 2009

North side of King Street looking West about 1904 North side of King Street looking East about 1904  
Water tower on Simcoe Street North about 1905 Schooner the Oliver Mowat in Oshawa Harbour about 1905  
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church first building at Simcoe & Bruce St. Andrew's Presbyterian (later United) Church at Simcoe & Bruce  
My Grandmother (with the doll) in front of their new house north of Oshawa Old Sketch of Oshawa roughly from King and Park road looking South East  
Streetcar at Simcoe & Athol in front of old Library Simcoe Street South looking North to the 4 Corners  
Old Post Office Judges Stand at the Fair Grounds (Alexandra Park)  


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