Exploring the History Of BWG.
Bradford Ontario Canada
159 Queen Street.
Public Park – Water Tower
Bradford, Public Ulittlies Commission Project 1981
Commissioners – James Church, D. Arthur Evans, Gord Bantam, Keith Stevens, Mayor Roy Gordon.
Bradford Ontario Canada 159 Queen Street. Public Park – Water Tower – Nicholas Molnar Photography
Then & Now 12 Holland Street West – Downtown Bradford Ontario Canada
Then and Now Downtown Bradford Ontario Canada 12 Holland Street West.
12 Holland St. West was built in the Ontario Vernacular style around Circa 1870. The two-storey, commercial, detached ‘row’ building had a narrow rectangular plan with an asymmetrical organization. ‘Main street’ frontage with a typical storefront façade was located at the street line. The plain façade was characterized by a high, flat, ‘boomtown’ façade and cornice with brick dentils. The two-bay-façade each had its own entrance and storefront. Existing doors and storefronts are not original. The original, large, second-floor windows (characterized by segmented arch openings and concrete sills) have been partially bricked in, but are still visible from the brick voussoirs. The building has masonry construction with brick cladding and a flat, built-up tar and gravel roof. Continue reading
Exploring the Countryside
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Exploring the Countryside Bradford West Gwillimbury Ontario
Barns – The Countryside of Bradford West Gwillimbury
These old barns form an essential part of the history of Bradford West Gwillimbury BWG, each one bearing its own story of the family that built it, of all the seasons that have passed since its construction, of the many harvests it has safely sheltered.
Barns – The Countryside of Bradford West Gwillimbury By Nicholas Molnar
Professor W.H. Day Memorial Then and Now 1956 – 2017
To the leader of these men of vision, Professor W.H. Day, this memorial was erected, with the Tourist and Industrial Committee of Simcoe County Council presenting the plaque and municipalities represented on the marsh area contributing the cairn. In the Town of Bradford at 57 Holland Street East, May 27, 1956.
W.H. Day Memorial Cairn 1956 – 2017