The Big Apple, Colborne


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Two-page transcript of Colborne Chronicle article from 7 October 2004 entitled "Big Apple Sells Two-millionth Pie"

Photo 1
Big Apple 401 sign
The Hwy. 401 sign at the Colborne exit is changed in September 2004 to reflect over 2,000,000 pies sold.

Photo 2
Big Apple distances
The distance to far-flung places around the world is marked at a directional sign at The Big Apple main entrance 2004.

Photo 3
Big Apple Gift Shop
The gift shop [located to the west of the bakery/restaurant area] has doubled in size, and turned into a major attraction.

Photo 4
Big Apple bunny
Let loose long ago on the grounds of The Big Apple, domestic rabbits still treat the place like home.

Photographs by Bob Owen
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.00012 Longitude: -77.8828
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Cramahe Township Public Library
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6 King Street West
PO Box 190
Colborne, ON K0K 1S0

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The Big Apple, Colborne


Two-page transcript of Colborne Chronicle article from 7 October 2004 entitled "Big Apple Sells Two-millionth Pie"

Photo 1
Big Apple 401 sign
The Hwy. 401 sign at the Colborne exit is changed in September 2004 to reflect over 2,000,000 pies sold.

Photo 2
Big Apple distances
The distance to far-flung places around the world is marked at a directional sign at The Big Apple main entrance 2004.

Photo 3
Big Apple Gift Shop
The gift shop [located to the west of the bakery/restaurant area] has doubled in size, and turned into a major attraction.

Photo 4
Big Apple bunny
Let loose long ago on the grounds of The Big Apple, domestic rabbits still treat the place like home.

Photographs by Bob Owen