Oakville Images
Downtown Oakville
Publication
The Hamilton Spectator, 1962
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Photo of Downtown Oakville circa 1962 when Colborne Street (renamed Lakeshore Road in 1964) was a hotspot for local businesses. This photo was taken at the intersection of what is presently known as Lakeshore Road and Thomas St. This building is now the home to The Butchery and Seafood shop and Cobs Bread. Originally featured in The Hamilton Spectator, this image can also be found in the printed collection by Gary Evans titled The Prints of Oakville: A photographic journey back in time.
Publisher
The Hamilton Spectator
Place of Publication
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Date of Original
1962
Donor
Permission obtained from The Hamilton Spectator for inclusion in Oakville Images
Copyright Statement
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder
The Hamilton Spectator
Contact
Oakville Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

Oakville Public Library

Central Branch

120 Navy Street

Oakville ON L6J 2Z4

Tel: (905) 815-2042

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Downtown Oakville


Photo of Downtown Oakville circa 1962 when Colborne Street (renamed Lakeshore Road in 1964) was a hotspot for local businesses. This photo was taken at the intersection of what is presently known as Lakeshore Road and Thomas St. This building is now the home to The Butchery and Seafood shop and Cobs Bread. Originally featured in The Hamilton Spectator, this image can also be found in the printed collection by Gary Evans titled The Prints of Oakville: A photographic journey back in time.