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Museum staff dig deeper into mysterious moving shipyards building

Museum staff dig deeper into mysterious moving shipyards building

This week's Remember This is a follow-up to one a couple of weeks ago about a building that appeared to move locations at the Shipyards.
Remember This? Collingwood's street view in the railway era

Remember This? Collingwood's street view in the railway era

The overgrown swath of land in the photograph’s foreground appears to be a dumping ground for refuse. An abandoned wooden wheel and axel, and a variety of unidentifiable objects are visible. What else can you see?
Mysterious shipyards building appears to have moved in these photos

Mysterious shipyards building appears to have moved in these photos

Collingwood Museum staff is hoping someone out there can help them solve this mystery.
77 years ago today, Collingwood flooded <b>(3 photos)</b>

77 years ago today, Collingwood flooded (3 photos)

The town flooded on March 17, 1942, and these three photographs document the event.
Newspapers didn't agree on Wilfrid Laurier's popularity in Collingwood

Newspapers didn't agree on Wilfrid Laurier's popularity in Collingwood

A 1911 campaign visit drew crowds of 3,000 or 10,000, depending on which newspaper you read.
Firefighters battle flames, wind, and cold in 1916 ship fire

Firefighters battle flames, wind, and cold in 1916 ship fire

Fire at the Collingwood Shipyard turned a steamer into an ice-covered wreck during the winter of 1916.
This 1800s rink was home to Collingwood's earliest hockey teams

This 1800s rink was home to Collingwood's earliest hockey teams

The Collingwood Skating Rink is believed to have been constructed in 1883
103 years later and this Collingwood-built barge is still working

103 years later and this Collingwood-built barge is still working

A ship built in Collingwood in 1916 appears to still be in operation in Sault Ste. Marie
Ships design gives nod to local landscape

Ships design gives nod to local landscape

This American-owned steamer used to bring passengers to Collingwood.
This ship met its end in Collingwood's harbour

This ship met its end in Collingwood's harbour

This steamer burned in Collingwood's harbour and almost took the Grand Trunk Grain Terminal with it.