When a fresh snowfall brought out the neighbourhood gang.
The horse gets a rest while Mom pulls the sled on the grounds of this grand home, which was located at the corner of Simcoe Street South and Albany Street, where a strip mall now stands.
Shinny time on the local outdoor rink.
The young ladies of Bishop Bethune College got in on the hockey action, too! Bishop Bethune was a private college for girls, located where the Durham Alternative Secondary School now stands in downtown Oshawa.
It’s thataway! Enjoying a snowy walk toward Lake Ontario, walking the southernmost part of Simcoe Street.
It wasn’t just the mail carriers! Not even a snowfall would stop your milkman from completing his delivery route.
Want more? You can browse lots of historic photos of Oshawa from the Thomas Bouckley Collection on the RMG website!