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Lyons Valley Park

Lion’s Valley Park is a valley surrounded by three old cemeteries and an abandoned 1800s village. Reports say that because of erosion in the valley

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Nelles Manor Museum

Nellis/Nelles Family and the Manor at The Forty The history of the Nelles Manor starts long before the house was built, and parts of the

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Inn at the Falls

The “Main Inn” house of Inn at the Falls was built in 1870 and purchased by a local Judge named William Crosby Mahaffy. While visiting

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Kingston Penitentiary

The heritage value of the Kingston Penitentiary resides in its illustration of the early design and construction of prisons through the legibility of its planned

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Tranquille Sanatorium

Built at the turn of the twentieth century, the once-abandoned Tranquille Sanatorium looms at the edge of the Kamloops border. According to the Kamloops Museum

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Blue Ghost Tunnel

THIS RAILWAY TUNNEL NEAR ST. Catharines, Ontario, was built approximately 140 years ago and closed just over a century ago after a double swing bridge

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Burwash Prison

Burwash was a completely self-sufficient town which contained a prison, hospital, church, school, staff townsite, power station, post office, blacksmith, tailor shop, skating rink and

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Sewells Bridge

Completed in 1912, it was designed by civil engineer Frank Barber and Lewis Construction. It is the only suspension bridge in Toronto. The bridge likely

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Screaming Tunnel

The Screaming Tunnel is a small limestone tunnel, running underneath what once was a Grand Trunk Railway line (now the Canadian National Railway), located in

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