A 1910's view from the Hotel Weirs towards Spindle Point. The house in the center of the postcard was the Station Master's house - one of the earliest houses built in Weirs Beach that is still in existence.
A similar view of the Station Master's house shows the Hotel Weirs wharf, while the old Mount Washington steams out of Weirs Bay.
A similar photo as the above.
Another view of the Station Master's house, circa 1885, this time looking uphill towards the early Hotel Weirs, before its considerable expansion. The short canopy over the boardwalk provided protection from the elements for passengers awaiting the train and was later replaced in 1893 by a much longer canopy that spanned pretty much the entire boardwalk.