Wilmot Township Hall
Jacob Beck built the Wilmot Township Hall in 1858, in Baden, Ontario, to house the Fifth Division Court of the County of Waterloo. The timber frame structure with clapboard siding and twelve windows was one of the most important public buildings in a growing community. Here an elected council met once a month to deal with issues of local government. As well the circuit judge presided over court regularly to settle small claims, contract disputes and property rights issues. The Town Hall is one of the locations where weddings are still performed at Black Creek Pioneer Village, for additional information please contact (416) 736-1740 ex.5444. The building was moved to Black Creek Pioneer Village in 1967 and restored in 1970
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Hi mayaamon, Thanks so much
Hi amadeus2050, Thanks so much
Interesting to see the Roman or Greek influence in the front of the building with the columns. I wonder if the pioneers picked up on that in the old days? Cheers, Rich
Hi Richard Ryer, Thanks so much
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Photo taken in Black Creek Pioneer Village, 1000 Murray Ross Parkway, Toronto, ON M3J 2P3, Canada
Misplaced? Suggest new location