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Stripped Bare

Ontario : Newmarket
Location #11537
Public

Location Owner:timo explorer
Creation Date: 12/26/2014
Last Updated: 12/26/2014



Description
A simple farmhouse, well on its way to be being stripped clean and soon to be demolished, all in the name of progress. This was once a beautiful horse farm. I last checked a few weeks ago and it was still active, but now its almost gone.

Very hazardous walking around here, lots of nails and sharp objects, also several holes to watch out for.


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Stripped Bare
St. John's farm
Created by: timo explorer


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Status:

Status: Demolished
Category: House or Farm



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  • Sharp Objects (glass, etc.)
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    blaekly says:
    12/13/2016 5:58:58 PM

    Sorry - east side of Leslie, not woodbine, but it was on the last lot north of St Johns which is Aurora's jurisdiction. And ya the materials were "saved" by Aurora. Newms didn't have a say in this one.

    timo explorer says:
    9/5/2016 8:45:56 PM

    NO, its on the west side of Woodbine.

    blaekly says:
    9/1/2016 5:59:17 PM

    This was the Lundy Log House. Definitely was part of WS as it was on the east side of Woodbine. If I'm remembering correctly it's construction details and materials were "saved" and stored for future use by the either the Aurora or WS.

    lots of info here:
    http://www.livinginaurora.com/lundy-log-house-last-log-house-town/

    timo explorer says:
    10/17/2015 3:05:45 PM

    It was demolished within days of being found, and its in Newmarket, not Whit-Stouff, so Mr. Hugo had no jurisdiction anyway, despite his best efforts. The Town of Newmarket does not preserve much at all.

    vern_godlittle says:
    10/17/2015 2:12:08 PM

    Timo/Hugo, what ever came of preservation of this house?

    bethesdaguy says:
    3/2/2015 7:38:15 PM

    timo explorer... please contact me. Hugo T. Kroon Ward 3 Councillor, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville... 416-738-9560, if this building is where you say it is, it deserves to be preserved. That type of log construction is something not seen very often and could be very historically unique..Please contact me

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    On 10/17/2015 3:03:55 PM user timo explorer changed the following: city,
    On 2/6/2015 11:13:48 AM user timo explorer changed the following: location status, description
    On 12/26/2014 11:46:23 PM user timo explorer uploaded photos : P1010129.JPG / P1010119.JPG / P1010120.JPG / P1010121.JPG / P1010122.JPG / P1010123.JPG / P1010124.JPG / P1010125.JPG / P1010126.JPG / P1010127.JPG / P1010128.JPG / to SID: 12262014202644
    On 12/26/2014 11:27:17 PM user timo explorer created gallery : St. John's farm
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