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  • 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 It has been replaced by small stores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 ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • 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
  • 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 ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • 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 ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • 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 ...
    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 ...
    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
  • The Old Jailor's house on Hugh Street
        The Jailor's house on Hugh Street was demolished in July 2007 to make way for an extension of the Milton Town Hall. Prior to this it had been used by various community organizations.
      The Jailor's house on Hugh Street was demolished in July 2007 to ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • 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
  • 392 Oak Street, Milton, Ontario
        The house was demolished c.2010/2111. A new house was built in 2011.
      The house was demolished c.2010/2111. A new house was built in 2011.
    Milton Historical Society
  • 392 Oak Street, Milton, Ontario
        House was demolished in 2010
      House was demolished in 2010
    Milton Historical Society
  • House on Main Street next to St. Paul's United Church.
        The house was moved to Robert Street
      The house was moved to Robert Street
    Milton Historical Society
  • Alterations at St. Paul's United Church
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    Milton Historical Society
  • View of the back of St. Paul's United Church
        View of the back of St. Paul's United Church complex prior to demolition of the Sunday School section.
      View of the back of St. Paul's United Church complex prior to ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Demolition at St. Paul's United Church.
        The picture shows the demoliton of the old Sunday School section of St. Paul's United Church in order to make way for the new Christian Education Centre.
      The picture shows the demoliton of the old Sunday School section of ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Demolition of building at St. Paul's Church, Milton.
        The picture shows the demolition of a section of the St. Paul's complex which housed the Sunday School. It was replaced by the Christian Education Building.
      The picture shows the demolition of a section of the St. Paul's ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • St. Paul's United Church, Milton, Ontario
        St. Paul's Church after the demolition of the west section which had housed the Sunday School.
      St. Paul's Church after the demolition of the west section which had ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Main Street north from Brown Street, Milton
        View of Main Street north taken from the corner of Brown Street. It shows the house next to the church which was moved Robert Street and the section of Church building which housed the Sunday School and which was demolished to make way for the Christian Education Building.
      View of Main Street north taken from the corner of Brown Street. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Removal of the house on Main Street next to St. Paul's Church
        The house was removed to make way for the Christian Education Building. It was moved to Robert Street. The house had, at one time, been the home of P. L. Robertson.
      The house was removed to make way for the Christian Education Building. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • St. Paul's United Church during demolition of the western building
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