I ventured down into the valley and found the former alignment of the old Kingston Road and it's bridge. I also found the three mini pond remains in which the salmon fingerlings would be released. Back up at the farm I found a small channel where much of the early fish breeding took place and I even found a running water trough that was certainly part of the fish hatchery process
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Belmont remains Created on:3/25/2019 Created by: clay70 17 photos
We are trying to build a heritage park here. We have secured 7 acres of land from the developerand wish to secure the adjoining MNR lands for an additional 15 acres. We plan to celebrate the fish hatchery, the first museum in canada, the hydro electric power plant there, a grist mill as well, the bridge abutement is part of the old Kingston road and will be used to provide a foot path across to the GO parking lot. The house and the running water from the spring that gies thru the basement of