A Bird’s Eye View of Historical Mississauga
Our city has undergone vast changes - both in terms of overall development, and in the sheer number of people who call Mississauga home today. Looking back at images of our not-so-distance past can help to show the scope of change our city has undergone, and aerial images offer a fascinating look at a moment in time on our ever-evolving landscape.
Erindale Village, 1969
Hobberlin Estate, Victory Party, 1919, Port Credit
Malton Airport Site, 1950s
Port Credit Harbour, 1949
Port Credit, 1962
Small Arms Factory, Lakeview, c1952
St Lawrence Starch Company, Port Credit, c1950
Streetsville Train Station, c1920
Texaco Refinery, Port Credit, c1950, looking north on Mississauga Road
Texaco Refinery, Port Credit, looking east, c1950
Port Credit Harbour Project. Note the old Bee Hive Golden Corn Syrup plant in the foreground in 1972.
Return Man’s Parade and Port Credit Harbour, Port Credit, 1919
All images are courtesy of Heritage Mississauga.
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