This 1 ½ storey timber frame structure with board and batten was the home of the Cooper's Workshop. Designed with a second floor to provide plenty of storage for the raw materials used by the Cooper to craft a wide range of wooden containers that were used to ship all manner of supplies. Located next to the Grist Mill the shop was likely kept busy building barrels for f lour. The Cooperage was moved in 1976 to Black Creek Pioneer Village, restored and opened in 1988.
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Hi mayaamon, Thanks so much
Nicely-captured. Krgs, nguyentran
Hi nguyentran, Thanks so much
Anna a great series of photos of a very interesting place.
Best wishes from Australia Brian.
Hi Brian Gymer, Thank you so much
I have enjoyed a walk through the Pioneer Village, Anna. It seemed rather quiet and I saw no animals, but the collection of buildings and its setting are most interesting.
I like this photo of the cooperage.
Hi Ian Stehbens, I am so glad you visited Pioneer Village. I hope to see you on your next trip to North America
seem to be in the old west!! ))
Hi MarioTs, Thanks so much
I see you have found the barrels. How much is it to have a barrel of good Canadian beer shipped down to me here in Colorado??? We'll have a party. Take care and a big hug from Colorado. Cheers, Rich
Hi Richard Ryer,Thanks you so much.
Greetings from Indonesia
Nice shot, like. Best wishes, Artem
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Photo taken in York University Heights, Toronto, ON, Canada
Misplaced? Suggest new location