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Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of a garden at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this view a model railway can be seen. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on February 5, 1925. In 1947,...
Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of the annual Tulip Festival at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this view yellow and red tulips can be seen running along side a stream. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature...
Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of a garden at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this view a model railway track can be seen running through the garden. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born...
Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of the Jabez Lynde House and Tower at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. The Lynde House was built during the War of 1812 and moved to Cullen Gardens on 2 August 1986. In June 1988, it was opened as a museum and closed in 2005 when Cullen Gardens was sold to the Town of...
Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of a dinosaur flower sculpture at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on February 5, 1925. In 1947, Cullen purchased John A....
Postcard of Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens 
Image    A colour postcard of the Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. The Lynde House was built during the War of 1812 and moved to Cullen Gardens on 2 August 1986. In June 1988, it was opened as a museum and closed in 2005 when Cullen Gardens was sold to the Town of Whitby. Leonard...
Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens, August 1986 
Image  August 1986,   A colour photograph of the Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village before it was refurbished. The Lynde House was built during the War of 1812 and moved to Cullen Gardens on 2 August 1986. In June 1988, it was opened as a museum and closed in 2005 when Cullen Gardens was sold to...
Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens, August 1986 
Image  August 1986,   A colour photograph of the refurbishing of the Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. View is of the side of the house. The Lynde House was built during the War of 1812 and moved to Cullen Gardens on 2 August 1986. In June 1988, it was opened as a museum and closed in 2005 when...
Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens, August 1986 
Image  August 1986,   A colour photograph of the refurbishing of the Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. The Lynde House was built during the War of 1812 and moved to Cullen Gardens on 2 August 1986. In June 1988, it was opened as a museum and closed in 2005 when Cullen Gardens was sold to the...
Cullen Gardens Village Restaurant and Gift Shop Fire, 1989 
ImageComments:  1989,   A colour photograph of "the Garden in the Ruins" at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. The chimney was the only part of the Village Restaurant and Gift Shop left standing after the fire on February 2, 1989. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist...
Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of "The Flyer" miniature roller coaster at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. It was an exact replica of the Flyer roller coaster found at the Canadian National Exhibition. The roller coaster was 45 feet long, 12 feet wide and 6 feet high. Leonard Cullen was a gardener,...
Miniature Country Fair 
Image    A colour photograph of the Miniature Country Fair at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. The models of the rides are 1/12 scale and are replicas of rides found in real country fairs in Southern Ontario. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist...
Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens 
Image    A colour photograph of the Jabez Lynde House at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. The Lynde House was built during the War of 1812 and moved to Cullen Gardens on 2 August 1986. In June 1988, it was opened as a museum and closed in 2005 when Cullen Gardens was sold to the Town of Whitby. In the...
Ceremony at Cullen Gardens 
Image    A colour photograph of a ceremony at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this photograph from left to right: Joan Attersley, Mayor Bob Attersley, Len Cullen, Connie Cullen, and Bonnie Hanke. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction,...
Ceremony at Cullen Gardens 
ImageMysteries:    A colour photograph of a Pipe Band at a ceremony at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on February 5, 1925. In 1947, Cullen purchased John A....
Baptist Leadership Education Centre, c.1984 
Image  c.1984,   A colour photograph of the Baptist Leadership Education Centre under construction. View is of John Hurlburt, Project Manager, standing outside of the BLEC. Len Cullen conceptualized the idea for a Baptist Leadership Education Centre (BLEC) in the early 1980s. He had purchased the Hood Farm (Lot...
The Garden in the Ruins 
Image    A colour photograph of "the Garden in the Ruins" at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. The chimney was the only part of the Village Restaurant and Gift Shop left standing after the fire on February 2, 1989. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist...
Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of a flower sculpture at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. According to Len Cullen's book "Dig About It... And Dung About It", the Peacock in this photograph is 17 feet tall and 40 feet long (see title link on right side of page). In this view people can be seen walking in...
Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village 
Image    A colour photograph of a flower sculpture at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. According to Len Cullen's book "Dig About It... And Dung About It", the Peacock in this photograph is 17 feet tall and 40 feet long (see title link on right side of page). Leonard Cullen was a gardener,...
Cullen Gardens 10th Anniversary, May 1990 
Image  May 1990,   A colour photograph of the 10th anniversary celebration at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this photograph Mayor Bob Attersley is greeting Batman. Left to right: Batman, Joan Attersley, Mayor Bob Attersley, Len Cullen, and Connie Cullen. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and...
Celebration at Cullen Gardens 
Image    A colour photograph of a crowd at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on February 5, 1925. In 1947, Cullen purchased John A. Weall Landscaping...
Cullen Gardens 10th Anniversary, May 1990 
Image  May 1990,   A colour photograph of the 10th anniversary celebration at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this photograph Mayor Bob Attersley is addressing the crowd. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature...
Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village, 1987 
Image  1987,   A colour photograph of a flower sculpture at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. According to Len Cullen's book "Dig About It... And Dung About It", the Peacock in this photograph is 17 feet tall and 40 feet long (see title link on right side of page). View is of the front of the peacock....
Valley Outdoor Theatre at Cullen Gardens 
Image    A colour photograph of the Valley Outdoor Theatre at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this view four people are singing on stage. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on...
Baptist Leadership Education Centre, c.1984 
Image  c.1984,   A colour photograph of Len Cullen speaking on a podium at the Baptist Leadership Education Centre (BLEC) building site. Len Cullen conceptualized the idea for a Baptist Leadership Education Centre (BLEC) in the early 1980s. He had purchased the Hood Farm (Lot 28, Concession 3) across from Cullen...
Miniature Village At Cullen Gardens, c.1980 
Image  c.1980,   A colour negative of a crowd gathered to watch the train move through the Miniature Village at Cullen Gardens. In this view the train is in the foreground. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He...
Miniature Village At Cullen Gardens, c.1980 
Image  c.1980,   A colour negative of a crowd gathered to watch the train move through the Miniature Village at Cullen Gardens. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on February 5, 1925. In 1947, Cullen...
Whitby Brass Band at Cullen Gardens 
ImageMysteries:    A colour photograph of Whitby Brass Band members arriving at Cullen Gardens for a concert. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on February 5, 1925. In 1947, Cullen purchased John A....
Whitby Brass Band at Cullen Gardens 
ImageMysteries:    A colour photograph of Whitby Brass Band members playing a concert at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. He was born on February 5, 1925. In 1947, Cullen...
Whitby Brass Band at Cullen Gardens 
ImageMysteries:    A colour photograph of Whitby Brass Band members playing a concert at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this view people are sitting in the background listening to the concert. Leonard Cullen was a gardener, entrepreneur, and the founder of Whitby's biggest tourist attraction, Cullen...
Miniature Country Fair 
Image    A colour photograph of the Miniature Country Fair at Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. In this view two children and a woman are standing at a chain link fence looking at the fair. The models of the rides are 1/12 scale and are replicas of rides found in real country fairs in Southern Ontario....

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