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Oak Heights (ghost town)

Ontario : Alnwick-Haldimand
Location #1233

Location Owner:clay70
Creation Date: 3/20/2010
Last Updated: 3/20/2010

Oak Heights is a semi-ghost town which is partly in both Trent Hills and Alnwick/Haldimand Townships. It's located just SE of another famed ghost town called Burnley.

Its main downtown section is where the ghost town originally sat in the 1800's on the properties of Finley, Cummings and Porter. These four corners homes are now all gone. The hamlet used to have a cheese factory, 2 churches and a store as well. Other later settlers included the Honey and Mitchell families.

For its Post Office history check link below.

There are now more newer homes further to the east. The hamlet is still marked with signage.

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Oak Heights (ghost town)
Created by: clay70

Oak Heights (ghost town)

Oak Heights (ghost town)

Oak Heights (ghost town)

Oak Heights (ghost town)

Oak Heights (ghost town)

Oak Heights (ghost town)


Status: Active
Category: Ghost Town

http://www.collectionscanada.g Oak Heights Post Office Notes


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spydrgyrl says:
9/10/2011 7:54:28 PM

It would be great to get inside that abandoned house and see what treasures have been left behind. :)

rcouper says:
3/20/2010 7:19:23 PM

Love it.
Such a 'Great Rush' to come upon a New Place.

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On 8/20/2013 10:38:16 PM user clay70 changed the following: description
On 3/26/2013 9:53:35 AM user OAP changed the following: category to Ghost Town,

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