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  • 410 Jackson Street South - "Rowland House"
    Image       This house was erected in 1900 by architect Rob Gray of Harriston, for John Rowland who was a prominent Walkertonian, a financier and a cattle buyer. This house has been described as being "the best unaltered example of Queen Anne Revival Style in Bruce County" by the Walkerton Walking Tour ...
    Image     This house was erected in 1900 by architect Rob Gray of Harriston, for John Rowland who was a prominent Walkertonian, a financier and a cattle buyer. This house has been ...
  • 11 Victoria Street South
    Image       Built in 1873, this was one of the only downtown properties to survive the “Big Fire” in Walkerton of 1877 unscathed. Sternall’s, once a livery, has been converted into residential rentals.
    Image     Built in 1873, this was one of the only downtown properties to survive the “Big Fire” in Walkerton of 1877 unscathed. Sternall’s, once a livery, has been converted into residential ...
  • 106 Cayley Street
    Image       Built in 1933, this structure was the home of local sheriff Ewart “Tex” Cameron.
    Image     Built in 1933, this structure was the home of local sheriff Ewart “Tex” Cameron.
  • 107 Cayley Street
    Image       Erected in 1890 by Dr. Malcolm Stalker, a prominent member of the Walkerton community.
    Image     Erected in 1890 by Dr. Malcolm Stalker, a prominent member of the Walkerton community.
  • 108 Cayley Street
    Image       Built in 1880, this was the home of local blacksmith Charles B. Stevens.
    Image     Built in 1880, this was the home of local blacksmith Charles B. Stevens.
  • 404 Victoria Street
    Image       Built in 1882, this house is linked to the Walkerton region by its builder, Gregory G. Bobier, who developed large portions of the town of Walkerton.
    Image     Built in 1882, this house is linked to the Walkerton region by its builder, Gregory G. Bobier, who developed large portions of the town of Walkerton.
  • 411 Scott Street
    Image       Built in 1937, this was the home of Rueben Edward Truax. The Truax family increased the manufacturing sector in Walkerton, manufacturing both doors and sashes.
    Image     Built in 1937, this was the home of Rueben Edward Truax. The Truax family increased the manufacturing sector in Walkerton, manufacturing both doors and sashes.
  • 414 Scott Street
    Image       Built in 1890, this was the home of Rueben Eldridge Truax. The Truax family increased the manufacturing sector in Walkerton, manufacturing both doors and sashes.
    Image     Built in 1890, this was the home of Rueben Eldridge Truax. The Truax family increased the manufacturing sector in Walkerton, manufacturing both doors and sashes.
  • 415 Gibson Street
    Image       Built in 1877, this is one of the earliest surviving structures from Walkerton’s founding. Fronting on the West side of Gibson Street, this home is a classic example of the Edwardian style. A simple square plan, the sober red brick and the generous late Neo-Classical porch with its Doric columns ...
    Image     Built in 1877, this is one of the earliest surviving structures from Walkerton’s founding. Fronting on the West side of Gibson Street, this home is a classic example of the ...
  • 430 Jackson Street South
    Image       Built in 1885 by H.P. O’Connor. O'Conner was a lawyer, former Mayor of Walkerton and Liberal MPP of Bruce South from 1882-1894.
    Image     Built in 1885 by H.P. O’Connor. O'Conner was a lawyer, former Mayor of Walkerton and Liberal MPP of Bruce South from 1882-1894.
  • 810 Yonge Street
    Image       Built in 1885, this was the home of Judge William Barrett. The Wesley family (who opertated the Walkerton Herald-Times) would subsequently live in the home.
    Image     Built in 1885, this was the home of Judge William Barrett. The Wesley family (who opertated the Walkerton Herald-Times) would subsequently live in the home.
  • 951 Old Durham Road
    Image       Built in 1880 by Alexander Shaw. Shaw was a Liberal MPP for Bruce South as well as Mayor and town solicitor of Walkerton. He was directly responsible for the adoption of settler rights legislation that saw timber mills disallowed from taking lumber from settler lands without permission. A classic example ...
    Image     Built in 1880 by Alexander Shaw. Shaw was a Liberal MPP for Bruce South as well as Mayor and town solicitor of Walkerton. He was directly responsible for the adoption ...
  • 310 Victoria Street
    Image       This home was built in 1917. Dominated by the Sacred Heart Catholic Church site to the North, this former farmhouse was ordered directly from a catalogue, making it unique in Walkerton.
    Image     This home was built in 1917. Dominated by the Sacred Heart Catholic Church site to the North, this former farmhouse was ordered directly from a catalogue, making it unique in ...
  • 6 Scott Street - "Skelton House"
    Image       Built in 1927 by Crawford Skelton, local memorial works owner/operator, this home at 6 Scott Street, Walkerton, is an excellent example of Brockton's heritage buildings and is acknowledged as such with a Heritage Plaque and placement on the Municipal Heritage Register.
    Image     Built in 1927 by Crawford Skelton, local memorial works owner/operator, this home at 6 Scott Street, Walkerton, is an excellent example of Brockton's heritage buildings and is acknowledged as such ...
  • 15 McNab Street - "Joseph Walker House"
    Image       Built in 1860, this was one of the first buildings ever built in Walkerton; this was the house of the town’s first mayor, its founder and its namesake. This houses historical value far outweighs its architectural value. Constucted near Walker’s saw mill, grist mill and dam, this house is of ...
    Image     Built in 1860, this was one of the first buildings ever built in Walkerton; this was the house of the town’s first mayor, its founder and its namesake. This houses ...
  • 124 Colborne Street - "Hall House"
    Image       Built in 1888, the house was constructed for George. J. Dickson a medical doctor from Normanby. Ten years later the house was sold to Walter Allen Hall. Hall was the elected member of the House of Commons from 1925-1935, and lived in this house for over forty years. The house ...
    Image     Built in 1888, the house was constructed for George. J. Dickson a medical doctor from Normanby. Ten years later the house was sold to Walter Allen Hall. Hall was the ...
  • 7 Cayley Street - "Koller House"
    Image       7 Cayley Street, Walkerton, Ontario, Canada. "Koller House" This house was built in 1877 by James Hargeaves, local Carpenter and builder, along with his wife, a milliner. It is one of Brocktons excellent Heritage Buildings and is acknowledged as such with a Heritage Plaque.
    Image     7 Cayley Street, Walkerton, Ontario, Canada. "Koller House" This house was built in 1877 by James Hargeaves, local Carpenter and builder, along with his wife, a milliner. It is one ...
  • 12 Concession 10, Cargill - "Cargill House"
    Image       Built in 1888; The first home of Henry Cargill, timber magnate, postmaster, town reeve, and MP of East Bruce for 16 years.
    Image     Built in 1888; The first home of Henry Cargill, timber magnate, postmaster, town reeve, and MP of East Bruce for 16 years.
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