Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Signs, Signs - Ghost

Andy | Wednesday, June 26, 2013 | | Best Blogger Tips

Located in Udora, Ontario. Recently designated as a building of historic and architectural significance under the Ontario Heritage Act. The mill was built by Thomas and Lancelot Bolster but is best known for its 90 year association with the Peers family to the time of its closure in 1976.
I'm linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs.

13 comments:

  1. Lovely building. Somebody should renovate that sign. It looks great.

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  2. I love all the different textures in this photo - the wood, stone, metal roof, shrubs... This is a charming old building!

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  3. Wonderful ghost sign. Karen is correct. Fine textures and color. Too bad these small mills are no longer operating, but large scale agribusiness has eliminated them.

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  4. I love these old barns and love that this is now protected!

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  5. Wonderful! Fabulous building, Andy!

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  6. A lovely old building. Would make a perfect residence for someone with lots of money and architectural sense.

    I don't know the Peers family. We have a Coors family that's in the beer business, though.

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  7. I'll bet this one has a long story behind it!

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  8. What a glorious faded sign you found. Yes, I'm sure a lot of stories here!

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  9. What a super old building- very cool!

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  10. What a cool-looking building! I love the way it is situated on the lot, with the pond right there. This is a very interesting photo - love the slant of the roof, the different textures of the barn, and all that greenery!

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  11. It is a great looking building. I wish the sign were restored so we could see what the rest of it says.

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