Monday, May 9, 2011

Lambton House/Lambton Mills/Old Dundas Street

Lambton Mills before the fire.
Before the overpass was built spanning the Humber River, Dundas Street wound down the valley to a small village called Lambton Mills as seen in the map above.

The only building to remain is the Lambton House, built in 1847.
The village was wiped out by a devastating fire in 1915.

The footings of the old bridge destroyed by Hurricane Hazel are still visible at the end of the road.

Art Deco for Sale

This unique Art Deco chair was spotted at the St. Lawrence Antique Market on Sunday.

Prince Edward Farmhouse Survivor

Sunny Bar on Annette

Another vintage diner that probably won't be around too much longer.