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The Railway In Waterdown

The Flamborough Archives has dozens of photographs, postcards, clippings and other material documenting this construction.  This Vignette will focus on construction within the Village and the Waterdown South station. The September 2012 meeting of the Flamborough Heritage Society Read more

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Waterdown Memorials

Waterdown is fortunate to have two unique memorials to our service men and women. The Flamborough Archives contains photos and historical documents relating to Memorial Hall, built to honor the memory of World War l veterans, and Memorial Read more

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The Sporting Life in Flamborough

An ad for movies at the Waterdown Roller Rink, Waterdown Review, 1921

There was radio, but no television or internet. The cyber world of Tweets, texts and Instagram posts were not even a twinkle in the proverbial eye – Read more

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Sugar In Pioneer Ontario

Originally Published in Heritage Happenings, March 1981

For early settlers, what did sugar in pioneer Ontario look like? Most of the sugar consumed in Upper Canada was the product of the cane imported from the West Indies. This Read more

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