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Alderlea
Alderlea, meaning meadow of Alder trees, is an exceptionally well-preserved heritage building, built in 1867 at the height of the Victorian era. It is one of the finest examples of Italianate villa architecture in Ontario. The property also holds tremendous landmark status on an elevated terrace...
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Gage Park
For many years Brampton survived without a park. Public celebrations and large gatherings were either held at the Fair Grounds on Elliott Street or on the Athletic Grounds at Rosalea Park, but both were considered far from the centre of town and lacked the shade of trees. The cemetery also had a...
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Introduction
Gaze upon our historic architecture. Tread the very path walked upon by Bramptonians more than a century ago. Journey through time and experience Brampton’s past.

The City of Brampton has inherited a rich legacy of cultural heritage resources. Much of Brampton's heritage is linked to its...
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The Dominion Bell - Gage Park
This bell was installed in the clock tower of the Dominion Building located at 8 Queen Street East in 1913. John Taylor and Co. of Loughborough, Leicestershire England, cast the bell. The bell was removed from the clock tower, restored and installed at this location by the Benson and Hedges...
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Veterans Monument - Gage Park
"The Veteran was carved in 2005 from the trunk of a dying red oak that had stood for over a century. It was created to mark the National Year of the Veteran.

The statue is modelled on Bill Bettridge, a decorated veteran of the Second World War and survivor of Operation Overlord, the D-Day...
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