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Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton are teachers at J. M. Denyes Public School in 1966. Do you remember those who might have taught you? Read more Take Me
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is the lumber mill which was located on the north west corner of Mill St. and Garden Lane. It was operated in 1875
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is the Canadian Nation Railway Station on Bronte Street circa 1960. The station was originally situated on the east side of Bronte, south
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is Emmanuel Baptist Church, which was situated at the northwest corner of Commercial and Kingsway Place. The last service held in the church
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a skiff sailing on the Mill Pond circa 1905. This photograph was taken from “Milton Semi-Centennial 1957-1907” published in 1907. The photo
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is this photo of a Canadian Pacific Express wagon making deliveries on Mill Street in Milton. Circa 1910-15 Read more Take Me Back,
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is the demolition of Bruce Street School in 1973. The school served Milton’s students from 1857-1972. Milton Public Library (now Milton Christian School)
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is Higgins Garage on Main Street, Milton. This building was the original power plant in Milton. It was later converted for use as
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a photo of Dr. Stevenson performing his first surgery at the newly opened Milton District Hospital in 1960. Dr. Stevenson started the
This week’s #TakeMeBackMilton is Dr. Cecil Heslop who was born in Appleby, Ont., the son of Frederick A. Heslop and Jemima L. Ezard. He graduated
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a postcard from 1938. When Milton was first settled in the early 19th century, Sixteen Mile Creek flowed right through the middle.
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton! In 1914 the first contingent of Milton soldiers left the C.N.R. station on Bronte Street. For further information see “Memories of Milton” by
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a meeting of the Royal Templars of Temperance c. 1890. William and Elspet Armstrong are third and fourth from the right. For
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a picture from the late 1940s of players from the Milton Rep Hockey Team. Back Row, Left to Right: Bill Pearson, Bob
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a photo that appeared in the Milton Champion, with the caption: “Hauling Rocks- to the jail, or stone for the local roads?
A late Christmas post for today’s #TakeMeBackMilton. Milton Historical Society members enjoying our Christmas Social evening in December 1996 at the Ontario Agricultural Museum in
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is Milton’s 1956 Champion Hockey Team in the old Brown Street Arena, which was located on Brown Street where the Restore is now.
In 1982 Milton celebrated it’s 125th anniversary. In February of that year, the Sportman’s Club sponsored a log cutting contest which was held in Rotary
Today’s #TakeMeBackMilton is a photo of a 1910 view of property between Bruce St. and Ontario St. The building behind is the back of Hayward
Milton Historical Society’s Past President, Val Grimshaw, presented framed photos of Milton’s past Mayors to the Town of Milton in 1982. Pictured left to right
This week’s TakeMeBackMilton is the erection of the Grandstand at the Milton Fair Grounds in 1959 by the Halton Agricultural Society. During the Fall Fair,
Do you remember John Leslie (Kelly) McEachern who owned and operated McEachern’s Esso Service on the northeast corner of Bronte Street and Main Street? Kelly
Anne J. MacArthur was a teacher for 36 years, a business woman and Milton’s only female Mayor. Anne entered politics in 1965 serving as Councillor,