It’s Wayback Wednesday sponsored by Pharmasave: Huntsville wharf



Welcome to Wayback Wednesday sponsored by Pharmasave Huntsville!

Have some vintage photos of your own? Send them to [email protected] and we may share them with our readers!

This week, isn’t this a picturesque view? This vintage postcard shows the Huntsville wharf in decades past. Do you recognize anything in this image? (Photo courtesy of the Muskoka Heritage Place Collection)

Wayback Wednesday is sponsored by Pharmasave Huntsville

Last week we shared this photo with you:


This image, taken sometime in the early 1960s, shows a couple riding the chairlift at Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area in the fall. This lift was replaced by the blue quad, which carries skiers to the top of the Flying Dutchman. Peninsula Lake can be seen in the background.

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1 Comment

  1. Good shot of the Kent House Hotel, the red building. 1936 it was demolished to make way for Hames Shell service station. Jim Wright was the last manager when in 1989 it was demolished and the Town built a small park there,, naming it Kent Park after the old hotel.

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