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  • Honour Roll, All Saints Church, Milton Heights
        Honour Roll for the Anglican Church at Milton Heights, Milton, Ontario. The church had to be demolished after it was condemned in the 1950s.
      Honour Roll for the Anglican Church at Milton Heights, Milton, Ontario. The ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Crematorium at Evergreen Cemetery, Milton
        The first crematorium at the Evergreen Cemetery, Milton, Ontario. It was demolished c.2012 and a larger one built in a different area of the cemetery.
      The first crematorium at the Evergreen Cemetery, Milton, Ontario. It was demolished ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Mayfair Lunch, Main Street, Milton, Ontario
        The restaurant was destroyed by fire in June 1961. It was replaced by a modern building.
      The restaurant was destroyed by fire in June 1961. It was replaced ...
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  • T. D. Hume provided moving pictures at the Princess Theatre on Main Street
        In 1912, T. D. Hume began to provide a regular programe of moving pictures at his Princess Theatre. This theatre was destroyed by fire and replaced.
      In 1912, T. D. Hume began to provide a regular programe of ...
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  • C.P.R. Station, Milton, Ontario
        The Station was located at the end of Court Street North, South of the tracks. It was demolished c.1970s
      The Station was located at the end of Court Street North, South ...
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  • Remains of the Logan McCann Woollen Mill destroyed by fire
        The mill was burned down in the 1870s. It is believed to have been situated in the area of Steeles Avenue just to the west of Bronte. The photograph was taken by Ross Pearen in the 1930s.
      The mill was burned down in the 1870s. It is believed to ...
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  • Remains of the Logan McCann Woollen Mill
        The mill was burned down in the 1870s. It is believed to have been situated in the area of Steeles Avenue just to the west of Bronte.
      The mill was burned down in the 1870s. It is believed to ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Cartwright House on Tremaine Road, Milton, Ont.
        Built 1847. The building was demolished c.2000-2008...
      Built 1847. The building was demolished c.2000-2008...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Intersection of Charles and Queen.
        This photograph connects with Image #778.
      This photograph connects with Image #778.
    Milton Historical Society
  • Milton Import Car Centre
        197 Mill Street, Milton
      197 Mill Street, Milton
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  • The Lumber Yard, Campbellville, Ontario
        Formerly a brick yard and then a lumber yard, at this time a series of stores. 43 Main St. S., Campbellville. The building was demolished in the 1990s.
      Formerly a brick yard and then a lumber yard, at this time ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • House on Mill Street, Milton, Ontario
        The house was situated on Mill Street behind the Thompson Hotel. It has been replaced by small stores
      The house was situated on Mill Street behind the Thompson Hotel. It ...
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  • 392 Oak Street, Milton, Ontario
        House was demolished in 2010
      House was demolished in 2010
    Milton Historical Society
  • Alterations at St. Paul's United Church
        ...
      ...
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  • Old Houses on Main Street opposite Prince Street
        The two houses on the right of the picture were demolished in 1988. The house on the left was moved to Commercial Street in 1988 (east side of Commercial), by the Restivo family.
      The two houses on the right of the picture were demolished in ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Bruce Street Public School 1857-1972
        Mounted Photograph. Black and white photograph, hand-coloured. Stone building with bell tower. Evergreen trees in front to right of picture. Crowd of people in front of building at centre. Building surrounded by lawn. Underneath the picture is printed "Public and Model School, Milton, Ont. This photograph together with three others, ...
      Mounted Photograph. Black and white photograph, hand-coloured. Stone building with bell tower. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Lumberyard, Campbellville - later demolished.
        Colour. L-shaped redish/brown building. Large chimney from another building rising in the background. Stop sign in the middle at the front of photograph.
      Colour. L-shaped redish/brown building. Large chimney from another building rising in the ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Lumberyard, Campbellville - later demolished
        Colour. Front view of redish/brown building, two storey with balcony at second floor supported by pillars.
      Colour. Front view of redish/brown building, two storey with balcony at second ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Bruce St. Public School (1857-1972), Milton, Ont.
        Large stone building, car in front
      Large stone building, car in front
    Milton Historical Society
  • Dakota grist and saw mill.  Kilbride. Ontario
        The Dakota Mill, built in 1844, was named after the Dakota Indian Tribe, upon whose campgrounds it was built. It burned November 18, 1979
      The Dakota Mill, built in 1844, was named after the Dakota Indian ...
    Milton Historical Society
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