Ontario:
Peterborough

Peterborough is located about 125km northeast
of Toronto on the Otonabee River. Area was settled
in 1818. It was incorporated as a town in 1850 and as a city in 1905. Trent Canal connecting Lakes Ontario and Huron passes through Peterborough. Unique Peterborough Lift Lock was built on the Trent Canal in 1904.

We visited Peterborough in October 2018.



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120 Murray Street.
St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, 1860.
Wall Mount Light above the Main Entrance.
120 Murray St.
2019: Church is sold as unsafe.
Its future uncertain.


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534 George Street N.
Emmanuel United Church, 1875.
Wall Mount Light above the Main Entrance.
Emmanuel United Church


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99 Brock Street; St. John's Anglican Church, 1836.
Stairs to the Main Entrance from Hunter St.
Parapet Torchiere.
St. John Anglican Church


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470 Water Street; Courthouse, 1840.
Main Entrance Stairs, Parapet Torchiere.
Courthouse


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Hunter St Bridge over the Otonabee River, 1920.
1/4. Parapet Light Post.
Hunter St. Bridge
2/4. Parapet Torchiere.
Hunter St. Bridge
3/4. Pillar Light Post at the End of the Bridge.
Hunter St. Bridge
4/4. Post supporting traffic signs.
Hunter St. Bridge


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386 Roger Street.
Immaculate Conception Church, 1933.
Main Entrance Stairs, Parapet Light Post.
Immaculate Conception Church


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360 Reid Street; Trinity United Church, 1916.
Wall Mount Kight at the Main Entrance.
Trinity United Church


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411 Reid Street.
St. Peter-In-Chains Catherdral, 1838.
Walkway to the Main Entrance, Light Post.
St. Peter-In-Chains


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208 Romain Street.
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 1909.
Walkway to the Main Entrance, Light Post.
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church


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221 Romain Street.
St. James United Church, 1908.
Wall Mount Light above Main Entrance.
St. James United Church