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  • S.S. #6, Omagh Public School
        Pictured here is teacher Bruce Woodruff with 32 students at S.S. #6, Trafalgar, Omagh Public School. The red brick, one-room school house at Omagh, constructed in 1876 was levelled in 1968. It was located on Five Sideroad, Oakville, just north of Omagh General Store.
      Pictured here is teacher Bruce Woodruff with 32 students at S.S. #6, ...
  • Sixteen School, S.S. #16 Trafalgar
        Students from S.S. #16 Trafalgar. This school still sits on the west bank of the 16 Mile Creek, Fourth Line just below Dundas. It closed as a school in 1955 and was used as a home for many years after that. The "Sixteen Hollow Schoolhouse" is recognized by the Town ...
      Students from S.S. #16 Trafalgar. This school still sits on the west ...
  • Coyne School 1950-1951, Grades 5-8.
        Grades 5, 6, 7, & 8 at Coyne School in 1950-51. Coyne Public School, S.S. #9, was located at the northwest corner of Lower Base Line and 7th Line (now Trafalgar Road), below Drumquin, in Halton County. The original school, a log building, was built in the woods at the ...
      Grades 5, 6, 7, & 8 at Coyne School in 1950-51. Coyne ...
  • Sixteen School, S.S. #16 Trafalgar, in May 2015
        In the spring and summer of 2015, the Trafalgar Township Historical Society took on the project of photographing the historic houses from the North Service Road north to Burnhamthorpe Road, from Ninth Line west to Tremaine Road. S.S. No. 16 schoolhouse sits on the west bank of the Sixteen Mile ...
      In the spring and summer of 2015, the Trafalgar Township Historical Society ...
  • Glenorchy Bridge, Circa 1900
        The bridge at Glenorchy crossed an arm of the Sixteen Mile Creek at 4th Line just below the Lower Baseline Rd., Halton County. The site is particularly remembered for the old school which had been built nearby in the river floodplain - people remember the river ice pushing up against ...
      The bridge at Glenorchy crossed an arm of the Sixteen Mile Creek ...
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