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The Pines

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3235
  • Stuk
  • 1983

"The Pines" a few years later. It is still well maintained.

Dorothy Cilipka

Morton House

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3215
  • Stuk
  • 1978

Known as the George Morton House. Built between 1860 and 1880.

Dorothy Cilipka

Riverview Inn

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3240
  • Stuk
  • 1967

Riverview Inn on the edge of the Holland River. This was the western end of what would have been the town of Amsterdam

Dorothy Cilipka

Folliott's Insurance

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3219
  • Stuk
  • 1967

These shops were located on Holland St. East, near Barrie Street. This building used to be Bracken's Drug Store, owned by Mr E.O. Bracken and part of I.D.A. (Independent Druggists Alliance). Mrs. Myrtle Bracken was a Public School Teacher. Today ...

Dorothy Cilipka

Thomas Driffill's Hardware Store

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3222
  • Stuk

This building was probably built around 1851. The Driffill family lived and operated a business in Bradford before 1867.

Dorothy Cilipka

Bradford Arena

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3244
  • Stuk
  • 1965

Bradford & District Memorial Community Centre and Bradford Curling Club.

Dorothy Cilipka

William Melbourne House

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3680
  • Stuk
  • 1978

Located on the corner of Church and Frederick Streets. Built around 1850. The Gingerbreading fretwork on the roof was a common architectural detail of this time.

Dorothy Cilipka

Samuel Luke's House

  • CA BWGPL DC-PH3239
  • Stuk

This building was built in 1876 by John Maclean Stevenson, a lawyer and reeve of Bradford from 1871-1877. It was sold to the Lukes Family in 1910, who owned and operated the Bradford Flouring Mill since 1878, which was one of the best equipped mil...

Stickwood homestead gets $300,000

  • CA BWGPL LHC-SCom-PH26720
  • Stuk

"The Stickwood Walker heritage farmstead is about to salute the past. At a cost of about $300,000, Newmarket council has given the go-ahead to transform 3.5-acre homestead on Mulock Drive into a meeting place for quilting, embroidery and tea parti...

Joan Ransberry

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