Exploring the Countryside of Simcoe County

Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario, Canada
#BWG #Bradford #Ontario, Exploring the Countryside of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Bond Head, Coulson’s Hill, Deerhurst, Dunkerron, Green Valley, Newton Robinson, and Pinkerton.

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Exploring the Countryside of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Bond Head, Coulson’s Hill, Deerhurst, Dunkerron, Green Valley, Newton Robinson, and Pinkerton.

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Bond Head Ontario Canada

Overlooking the rolling hills of Bradford looking towards Bond Head #BONDHEAD #BWG #Bradford #Ontario, Exploring the Countryside of Bradford West Gwillimbury one picture at a time.

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Looking toward’s Bond Head Ontario Canada,  In The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury Nicholas Molnar Photography 2019 

Exploring the Country Side of Bradford West Gwillimbury

Exploring the Country Side of Bradford West Gwillimbury

farmers feild jan 3 2019

“Bradford West Gwillimbury is a town in south-central Ontario, in the County of Simcoe in the Toronto Census Metropolitan Area on the Holland River. West Gwillimbury takes its name from the family of Elizabeth Simcoe, née Gwillim.

The former Town of Bradford was amalgamated with portions of the former Townships of West Gwillimbury and Tecumseth to become the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury on January 1, 1991.” – Source Wikipedia

Exploring the History Of BWG 159 Queen Street

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.

159 Queen Street Bradford Ontario Canada

Bradford Ontario Canada 159 Queen Street. Public Park – Water Tower – Nicholas Molnar Photography

Exploring the History Of Bradford Ontario Canada

Exploring the History Of Bradford Ontario Canada 63 Frederick Street

The George McDonald House – 63 Frederick St.
Ontario Vernacular Cottage. 1 ½ storey 3 bay cottage. Symmetrical façade. Gable roof. Single entrance door (original) with rectangular glazed transom. Large 8/8 double hung windows. Stone foundation. Also, retained stone foundation at the back of the property from original stable and stone steps, masonry columns, and architectural cement caps with a walkway at front of the house built by George McDonald. George McDonald a bachelor, stone mason, and contractor who emigrated from Scotland at the age of 27. As a stone mason and contractor, he was hired to build the old Presbyterian Church that once stood on the corner of Church & John Streets. McDonald Lane was named after Mr McDonald. Circa 1882. He was responsible for building homes and schools in this community.
On Wednesday, January 31, 1940, George McDonald passed away at the Douglas Memorial Hospital in Fort Erie, Ont. at the age of 91. Had been a Bradford resident for 61 years; only moving away 4 years prior to his death. He is interred in Mount Pleasant Cemetery where the Rev. Graham conducted the service.

63 Frederck Street George McDonald House

The George McDonald House – 63 Frederick St. Bradford Ontario Canada by Nicholas Molnar Photography

 

Exploring the Countryside of Ontario

Exploring the Countryside
Bradford West Gwillimbury Ontario Canada #feilds#discover #nature #ontario #discoverontario#photography #canon #capture #explore #image#imagine #journey #bwg #BradfordOntairoCanada

Exploring the Countryside Bradford West Gwillimbury Ontario

Exploring the Countryside Bradford West Gwillimbury Ontario