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Stranded travellers swamp village

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 75-PH26956
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  • 1975-04-09

"Snow brought weary travellers to Bond Head and the surrounding area, but it also brought precautions for the next weather emergency. An emergency fund has been set up between the Bond Head Snowmobile Association and the Bond Head Community Centre...

Bradford Witness

The Bond Head trail

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 75-PH26967
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  • 1975-04-16

"On the way west! Well, maybe. Last Thursday, the great Canadian wagon train made its way through Bond Head. Here the group is making its way up the hill on Highway 27. The horses took a run to make it up the hill, then had to pull in so they woul...

Bradford Witness

Officials discuss office future

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 75-PH27004
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  • 1975-06-11

"A meeting was held Sunday evening to discuss the future of the Bond Head Post Office. Above, [left to right], A.R. Secor, area manager; Bradford postmaster, Keith Stevens and the organizer of the meeting, Mrs. Lynda Usher, consider the future. Al...

C.E. Jackson

Well-Known Landmarks At Bond Head

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 76-PH26944
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  • 1976

"Best known landmark in Bond Head is the Anglican church at the top of the hill where the driving sheds used to shelter the horses and buggies of church members until a few decades ago still may be seen. In the lower photograph, a simple cairn mar...

Bradford Witness

Hayriding

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 77-PH26879
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  • 1977

"An old-fashioned hayride in Bond Head on Saturday night lured two wagon loads of people for a twilight tour and corn roast. The event capped day-long festivities organized by the Bond Head firefighters. Earlier in the day, the Bond Head this week...

Bradford Witness

And Away She Goes

  • GJ-SB 74/75-PH27049
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  • 1974-09-18

"A pressure vessel manufactured by Bond Head Welding is seen here starting its route to Toronto. Weighing 18 tons and holding approximately 15,000 gallons the tank was ordered by B.P. Oil. It took two men four weeks to construct the vessel."

Bradford Witness