York Road Cheese Company Ltd.
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- The York Road Cheese and Butter Factory operated from 1900 to 1927 on what was then Highway 2. Located east of Brighton near Smithfield, James Henderson won first prize in a Province of Ontario national competition.
In November 1940 it was destroyed by a fire believe to have started in the chimney and discovered by a passing motorist who notified Mr. A.L. Potts who lived across the road.
Although covered with metal siding, it had a timber structure and the fire spread quickly. It is believe the building was at least 100 years old and had been used by many other businesses, although always as a cheese factory. It ceased operation in 1927.
- Image and Text from The History of Brighton Businesses 1816 to 2009 by Susan Brose. To purchase the book, contact Susan at 613.475.1028 or email@example.com.
- Personal Name(s):
- Cory Snider (hands crossed)
- Corporate Name(s):
- York Road Cheese Factory
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- The History of Brighton Businesses 1816 to 2009
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