Here are some pictures of sites in the town taken during Homecoming 2001.
(Click on the thumbnail to see the full-sized picture.)
If you have any that might be of interest, please send them to Richard Budel, and they'll be added.
|The Memorial Arena||The Hospital||KCS||The Museum||The Pool|
|The Catholic Church||Ye Olde Station||The Lux Theatre||Street Map||
( J. Dubielewicz)
|The Water Tower||The Graffiti Barn||2001||1961||The Courthouse|
|Anglican Church (H.McGinnis)||Cemetery||
|Mainstreet 19XX||Kerrobert Courthouse 12/29/06 - 14:32 (Courtesy of John Tomecek, via Frieda Hogg)||
The Train Station (1920)
Picture was offered on Ebay for $19.95.
Another picture listed on Ebay for $19.95)
|The old Townhall (1918). Listed for sale on EBay.||Another photo of the now-gone elevators.||Another shot of the Lux theatre.||Street scene circa 1917|
|Courtesy of Christina Schraefel||Courtesy of Bruce Mettlewsky||Main Street ca. 1911, courtesy of Greg Murdoch||Winter 1955 (i remember it well!)||The former Catholic Church|
|Another picture of the Town/Fire Halls||Old town scenes||Old town scenes||Old town scenes||Old town scenes|
|Arial View||Arial View||Arial View||Arial View||Old town scenes|
|Kerrobert Coins||Kerrobert Coins||Kerrobert Coins||Map||Town scene|
|Town scene||Town scene||Arial View||Old town scenes||Old town scenes|
|#1-Arial shot of new Wellness Centre||#2-Progress photo of new Wellness Centre||#3- Progress photo.||#4-Progress photo||#5 Progress photo|
Copying an Image - The best way to obtain a copy is to click on the thumbnail. Then, RIGHT click on the full size image. Select "save picture as..". You will be asked for a location on your machine to store the file. Once you've done that, click "OK" and the file will down load.
To print, use Windows Explorer to find the file where you stored it. Double click and the default graphics program should execute. Select print from its menu.
If that doesn't work, open your word processor. Select "Insert picture". Select the file you want. Modify it to suit your desire and then select Print. Note that the map is in Landscape format!
These procedures work equally well for any website!