Thornton's Corners
Description
Creator
Peter Lofthouse, Photographer
Media Type
Image
Object
Item Type
Negatives
Description
Black and white negative depicting a photograph of Thronton's Corners looking east from the residence of Peter Lofthouse. Kingston Road/Highway 2 is visible on the left side of the image as it passes through the settlement of Thronton's Corners at the intersection of Kingston Road and Thronton Road. Houses and other buildings are visible in the background. At the far left Mount Lawn Cemetery, begun in 1928, is visible.
Notes
This view is looking east from the residence of Peter Lofthouse which was located on the top of the hill on the south side of Kingston Road (Highway 2) at the west side of the valley where the Whitby-East Whitby border was located.
Date of Original
c. 1928
Date Of Event
c. 1928
Dimensions
Width: 5 px
Height: 4 px
Subject(s)
Local identifier
28-000-048
Collection
Whitby Historic Photographs
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.8912434044431 Longitude: -78.8951826095581
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation
Whitby Archives
Reproduction Notes
Scanned from copy negative.
Contact
Whitby Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, Ontario L1N 6A1

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Thornton's Corners


Black and white negative depicting a photograph of Thronton's Corners looking east from the residence of Peter Lofthouse. Kingston Road/Highway 2 is visible on the left side of the image as it passes through the settlement of Thronton's Corners at the intersection of Kingston Road and Thronton Road. Houses and other buildings are visible in the background. At the far left Mount Lawn Cemetery, begun in 1928, is visible.