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  • Canadian National Railway station, Bronte St., Milton
    Canadian National Railway station, Bronte St., Milton
    image  1973,     Station originally situated on the east side of Bronte, south of the P.L. Robertston office. Now the Tourist Information Building on Martin and Steeles
    image  1973,   Station originally situated on the east side of Bronte, south of the P.L. Robertston office. Now the Tourist Information Building on Martin and Steeles
    Milton Historical Society
  • 125th Anniversary of the founding of the town of Milton, Ontario
    125th Anniversary of the founding of the town of Milton, Ontario
    image  1982,     Performance by children on platform in front of the old CNR station which had been moved from Bronte to what is now Hadfield Park, as part of the l25th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the town of Milton in Jine 1982
    image  1982,   Performance by children on platform in front of the old CNR station which had been moved from Bronte to what is now Hadfield Park, as part of the l25th anniversary ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • 125th Anniversary of the founding of the Town of Milton, Ontario
    125th Anniversary of the founding of the Town of Milton, Ontario
    image  1982,     Performance by children on platform in front of the old CNR station which had been moved from Bronte to what is now Hadfield Park, as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the Town of Milton in January 1982
    image  1982,   Performance by children on platform in front of the old CNR station which had been moved from Bronte to what is now Hadfield Park, as part of the 125th anniversary ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Milton Information Centre, Unity Park
    Milton Information Centre, Unity Park
    image  1993,     Update - Unity Park has been renamed Chris Hadfield Park. The building now serves as headquarters for the United Way of Milton and the Tourist Information Centre. Located at the intersection of Steels and Highway 25.
    image  1993,   Update - Unity Park has been renamed Chris Hadfield Park. The building now serves as headquarters for the United Way of Milton and the Tourist Information Centre. Located at the ...
    Milton Historical Society
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