The Armoury

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is the Armoury Building which was on Martin Street and was built in 1855 as the Presbyterian Church and later used as the Armoury, a Union Meeting Hall and now converted back into a Church – 103 Martin Street. Read more Take Me Back, Milton posts…

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James & William Freeman

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is of James and William Freeman with their faithful pets. They lived at 82 Charles Street with their parents Dr. Clarkson Freeman and Elizabeth Cobban. Elizabeth was the daughter of Dr. James Cobban, Milton’s first Doctor. Read more Take Me Back, Milton posts…

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S.J. Robertson, Butcher

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a 1920’s photo of S. J. Robertson, Butcher, in Hornby Ontario with their delivery van. Read more Take Me Back, Milton posts…

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Hornby School

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a class photo from Hornby School in 1921. In the photo are: Teacher: M. Lindsay Back Row: E. Fisher, L. Wells, -, -, F. Robinson, H. Wigglesworth Front Row: R. Robertson, E. May, R. Neelands, R. May, J. Neelands, M. Ruck Read more Take Me Back, Milton posts…

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Ligny School

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is Ligny School in 1947. In this photo are: Teacher M. McMillian Back Row: G. Brown, F. Currie, R. Joyce, J Cardinal, G. Stark Front Row: B. Brown, K. McKenzie, D. Brown, D. Irving, E. Joyce, G. Irving, D. Brown Read more Take Me Back, Milton posts…

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Omagh

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is an aerial view of Omagh, Ontario in 2008. Omagh is located at Brittania Road and Fourth Line. Read more Take Me Back, Milton posts…

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Wakefield Road

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is an early photo taken which shows Wakefield Road, which runs off of Ontario Street, in approximately 1963 when homes were beginning to be built in this area. Read more Take Me Back, Milton posts…

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Higgins Garage

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton shows Dode McMullen and Fred Crowe standing in front of what was the Higgins Garage located next to our old Town Hall on Main Street. In the background you will notice a white building which was our Fire Hall for many years. Prior to that, Mr. Stan Chisholm operated a

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Pearl Street House

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is this home located at 372 Pearl Street which was built in 1878 by Thomas Conway. He was a machinist working for the Massey-Harris Co. which was located on Main Street. Mr. William F. Johnson Sr. purchased the home in 1917 and the family are pictured in front of the

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Tree Sculptures

Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is actually a more recent photograph and a particularly special one. The Milton Evergreen Cemetery Board are particularly proud to recognize our Veterans with this special Soldier carving. The carving incorporates features from Milton’s two War Memorials located in Victoria Park and in Haltonville. The board has several

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