|Centre store is Alex's Radio and TV and right is the Liberty Cafe.|
Today the far left is the Nipigon Historical Museum;
the centre store is the Thrift Shop run by the local Churches; the far right is vacant.
|This looks over the Canadian Pacific Railway.|
The above photo is centre of this street.
|This is 4th Street 1948. Partly business and partly residential.|
|Front Street looking farther to the left of the first photo.|
|Showing Plaza Theatre, right; Hotel Normandie left;|
centre was assorted, restaurant and ?
|Plaza left, Eatons next.|
|Car dealership, 1957; today Mac's Mart|
|Photo by Brompton Pulp and Paper. |
Makes Nipigon look flat when most of this is up-hill.
|The Nipigon Cafe on the bend of Railway Street is still operating today|
.All the buildings to the left are gone. All the buildings to the right are gone.