Oakville Images
Dreamy Lakeside Park


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This is how I remember Oakville from my youth. This photo is taken to the left of the old post office (south-west side of entrance to the Lakeside Park). It has a dreamy feel to it. I use to swim in Lake Ontario in the early 1960's. The lake is visible in the photo. I love the view of the overgrown English style gardens. The fence appears to be the original one. This is a dreamy memory for many. Thank you for this photo opportunity, within my home town of beautiful Oakville.
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Oakville Public Library

Central Branch

120 Navy Street

Oakville ON L6J 2Z4

Tel: (905) 815-2042

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Dreamy Lakeside Park


This is how I remember Oakville from my youth. This photo is taken to the left of the old post office (south-west side of entrance to the Lakeside Park). It has a dreamy feel to it. I use to swim in Lake Ontario in the early 1960's. The lake is visible in the photo. I love the view of the overgrown English style gardens. The fence appears to be the original one. This is a dreamy memory for many. Thank you for this photo opportunity, within my home town of beautiful Oakville.