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  • Old Flesherton Railway Station Building Historical Marker
    Old Flesherton Railway Station Building Historical Marker
    ImageObject       See Split Rail Country Vol. II p.75-76 for photo and more information
    ImageObject     See Split Rail Country Vol. II p.75-76 for photo and more information
    Grey Highlands Public Library
  • Ribbon Cutting at new Township Shed
    Ribbon Cutting at new Township Shed
    ImageObject       Ceremonial ribbon-cutting to open the new Artemesia Township Municipal maintenance shed. Left to right: George Schafer (Glenelg Reeve); Ken Fromanger (Ministry of Transportation of Ontario representative); Murray Betts (Artemesia Reeve); I.B. Whittaker (Former Road Superintendent); Gus Mitges (M.P.P.); Michael Richardson (I.B. Whittaker's grandson)
    ImageObject     Ceremonial ribbon-cutting to open the new Artemesia Township Municipal maintenance shed. Left to right: George Schafer (Glenelg Reeve); Ken Fromanger (Ministry of Transportation of Ontario representative); Murray Betts (Artemesia Reeve); ...
    Grey Highlands Public Library
  • Old Flesherton Railway Station Building
    Old Flesherton Railway Station Building
    ImageObject       The Flesherton Railway station was originally build in Ceylon in 1873, it was moved to private land owned by Alex Wilson at Grey Roads 2 & 19 in 1972 after the railroad tracks were removed and service stopped.
    ImageObject     The Flesherton Railway station was originally build in Ceylon in 1873, it was moved to private land owned by Alex Wilson at Grey Roads 2 & 19 in 1972 after ...
    Grey Highlands Public Library
  • Dedication of plaque at Evergreen Cemetery
    Dedication of plaque at Evergreen Cemetery
    ImageObjectmystery       The Plaque reads: This Cemetery began Oct. 1861 when Mary McDougall’s Scottish pioneer family, fulfilled her wishes to be laid to rest beneath her favorite cherry tree, later when husband, family and friends joined her, it became McDougall Cemetery . In 1875 her son Sandy registered 1.4 acre for a ...
    ImageObjectmystery     The Plaque reads: This Cemetery began Oct. 1861 when Mary McDougall’s Scottish pioneer family, fulfilled her wishes to be laid to rest beneath her favorite cherry tree, later when husband, ...
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