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    Grimsby
    13 Mountain Street Grimsby, Ontario L3M 3J7 (905) 309-0796
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    Built in 1873 this historic building is now occupied by the Gables, a local family style restaurant.  The Fertich family who owns the popular restaurant recommends calling ahead at (905) 945-1997. ...
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    Grimsby
    14 Gibson Avenue Grimsby, Ontario (905) 309-0796
    This house was built in 1860 by Robert Lillie Gibson, of pink Grimsby sandstone from his own quarry.  Gibson's original quarry in Grimsby gave out and a new quarry was started in Beamsville.  ...
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    Grimsby
    Gibson Street Grimsby, Ontario (905) 309-0796
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    The original wooden bridge built in the 19th century was replaced with the present footbridge in 1985.  Gibson Street was originally the mill path, that led to the Nelles Mills.  The saw mill ...
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    St. Catharines
    St. Catharines, Ontario (905) 688-5600
    Glendale Bridge was built to replace old one-way bridge.  The one-way bridge was located along Old Glendale Road, but had to be taken down later for safety purposes. In its place is a pedestrian footbridge ...
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    Niagara Falls
    Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 3J6
      Glenview Mansion (or the Pink Palace) in east end of Clifton, now known as Niagara Falls, was built by John Drew in the 1860s. The paranormal stories of the Mansion are associated with the ...
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