Ontario:
Sarnia

We visited Sarnia in July 2001 on our way to Minneapolis to see our friends and relatives.

Sarnia is located about 300km to the west of Toronto, on the east bank of the St. Clair River, connecting Lake Huron with Lake St.Clair.
The St. Clair River serves as a border between US and Canada.

The oil was discovered in nearby Oil Springs in 1858: it was the first place in Canada and North America to drill for oil. Name Sarnia was adopted in 1835. Sarnia was incorporated as town in 1856 and as a city in 1914.



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293 Stuart Street; St. Joseph's Church, 1862.
Wall Mount Light above Devine St Entrance.
St. Joseph's Church


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248 Vidal Street N.
St. George's Anglican Church, 1883.
1/4. Wall Mount Light above Charlotte St Entrance.
St Georges Anglican Church
2/4. Wall Mount Light above Vidal St Entrance.
St Georges Anglican Church
3/4. Wall Mount Light, Vidal St. Entrance.
St Georges Anglican Church
4/4. Wall Mount Light (?).
St Georges Anglican Church


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261 Christina Street N;
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 1867.
1/2. Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
St Andrews Presbyterian
2/2. Wall Mount Light above the Side Entrance.
St Andrews Presbyterian


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302 Vidal Street N.
Wall Mount Light at the Entrance.
Google 2014: different Lantern.
302 Vidal St. N


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144 Maria Str; Dr Carruthers House, 1934.
Wall Mount Light above the Entrance.
144 Maria St.


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316 Christina St N; MacKenzie House, 1850s.
1/2. Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
MacKenzie House
2/2. Wall Mount Light above the Side Entrance.
MacKenzie House


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138 Charlotte Street.
Wall Mount Light at the Side Entrance.
Memorial Hall