Back in time
on Main Street Grandview
Railway Avenue in 1910, looking west to Main Street... A livery barn is in the forefront leading towards several rooming houses and the Grandview Hotel. In the background, to the left, is the skating rink. (photo courtesy of the Manitoba Archives)
In 1915, Canada's Prime Minister Sir Robert Borden, was a welcome visitor to Grandview as he traveled by CNR passenger train through the province. The train remained as the main means of transportation for various for many years.
The community of Grandview joined the rest of the country in celebrating Canada's Centennial in 1967. Main Street was the hub of activity as local businesses decorated their establishments in the spirit of the festivities