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  • Gage House, Mount Charles, Malton
    Gage House, Mount Charles, Malton
    image       6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by Albert Gage, the Gage house was a 1� storey T-shaped building with Italianate polychrome quoins (multi-colour brickwork) and Tuscan gables. ...
    image     6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Gage House, Mount Charles, Malton
    Gage House, Mount Charles, Malton
    image       6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by Albert Gage, the Gage house was a 1� storey T-shaped building with Italianate polychrome quoins (multi-colour brickwork) and Tuscan gables. ...
    image     6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Gage House, Mount Charles, Malton
    Gage House, Mount Charles, Malton
    image       6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by Albert Gage, the Gage house was a 1� storey T-shaped building with Italianate polychrome quoins (multi-colour brickwork) and Tuscan gables. ...
    image     6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Gage House, Front Entrance, Mount Charles, Malton
    Gage House, Front Entrance, Mount Charles, Malton
    image       6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by Albert Gage, the Gage house was a 1� storey T-shaped building with Italianate polychrome quoins (multi-colour brickwork) and Tuscan gables. ...
    image     6265 Second Line East (now Tomken Road), in the former village of Palestine. Conc 3 pt. Lot 11 W � Plan M927 Lot 2. Probably built in the 1870s by ...
    Mississauga Library System
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