Monthly Archives: August 2012

Carpenter Gothic

Carpenter Gothic is a North American architectural style sometimes called Carpenter’s Gothic, and Rural Gothic.  The style  is an application of Gothic Revival architectural detailing.  Aiding the growth of this style was the abundance of North American timber.  Carpenter Gothic … Continue reading

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new on the Ontario Heritage Trust website

Dear Municipal Heritage Committee Chairperson, I’m pleased to share the Ontario Heritage Trust’s announcement of the recent addition of two new pages on the Trust’s website. A page focusing on Heritage Conservation Districts has been launched. It provides detailed information … Continue reading

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Range Light Article from Barbara Andrews

Thanks to everyone who came out to the range light opening on Wednesday night. We had a great turnout, with about 50 people in attendance, as well as Mayor Scott Warnock and members of council, Bruce Stanton, MP, and Garfield … Continue reading

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Ribbon cutting at the Range light in Victoria Harbour

photos from the ribbon cutting at the range light on August 15, 2012 Bandana Construction did the renovation work on the light.

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Grand Reopening of the Victoria Harbour Range Light

After an extensive rebuilding project last year, Tay Township is pleased to announce that the Victoria Harbour Range Light is reopen for public viewing. To celebrate the achievement, Tay Township and the Tay Heritage Committee are holding a grand reopening ceremony … Continue reading

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