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The former St.Paul’s Anglican Church on Doran Road was built in 1881 and finished in 18832021-08-28T15:51:15-04:00
The former St. Paul’s Anglican Church on Doran Road was completed in 18832021-08-28T15:47:56-04:00
The former Township Hall on Doran Road was built in 19272021-08-28T15:42:26-04:00
The Midhurst Community Centre on Doran Road was built in 19272021-08-28T15:36:14-04:00
The Grenfel Wesleyan Methodist Church was built in 1873, first as a frame building, then raised and bricked in 19152021-08-07T18:22:10-04:00
Strathaven or the Wattie House was built in 1872 and located on Highway 26 at Wilson Drive2021-06-12T20:12:32-04:00
The Wattie House was built in 1872 and was called Strathaven2021-06-12T20:06:00-04:00
The Wattie House (Strathaven) was built in 1872 and is located at Highway 26 and Wilson Drive2021-06-12T20:07:52-04:00
The entrance to Springwater Provincial Park on Highway 26 in Midhurst2021-04-15T15:02:00-04:00
The former St. James Anglican Church on Highway 93 in Crown Hill was built in 18552021-02-27T16:25:12-05:00
Many of Crown Hill’s original pioneers are buried in the St. James Church cemetery2021-02-27T16:26:18-05:00
The cemetery behind the former St. James Anglican Church overlooks Wonder Valley and a view of Barrie in the distance2021-02-27T16:26:57-05:00
The former St. James Anglican Church in Crown Hill was built in 18552021-02-27T16:27:43-05:00
St. James Anglican Church in Crown Hill was built in 18552021-02-27T12:41:25-05:00
The 1981 International Plowing Match was held on George Atkinson’s farm in Crown Hill2021-02-27T12:32:36-05:00
The residence of Sheriff of Simcoe County Charles Drury was located in Crown Hill2020-11-04T16:51:05-05:00
The entrance to Springwater Provincial Park on Highway 26 in Midhurst2020-10-22T15:14:52-04:00
The farm of Roy and Lydia Hickling located on the North side of Carson Road between Anne Street and Wilson Road2020-04-17T14:25:16-04:00
Emmanuel Baptist Church Picnic at Springwater Park.2020-04-13T11:52:09-04:00
A young boy in front of the aging Midhurst Train Station on Anne Street North. Built at the turn of the century, this station was operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway.2020-04-13T12:29:43-04:00
Jim Gray’s barn being raised in what was then, Vespra Township.2020-10-17T14:23:55-04:00
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