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Ayr Water Tower
Ayr, ON

canadawatertowers:

Ayr Water Tower

Ayr, ON

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The City of Light; The Forum; The Old Smoke; The Eternal City; The Grey City; Venice of the North; The City of Violet Crown; The Whitestone
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County of Brant Water Tower (Simply Grand)
Brant, ON

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County of Brant Water Tower (Simply Grand)

Brant, ON

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'The Telephone City' Water Tower
Brantford, ON
Brantford is sometimes known as the “Telephone City”, as a former city resident, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone at his father’s home, the Bell Homestead, and conducted the first long distance telephone call from Brantford to Paris, Ontario in 1876. (via Wikipedia)

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'The Telephone City' Water Tower

Brantford, ON

Brantford is sometimes known as the “Telephone City”, as a former city resident, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone at his father’s home, the Bell Homestead, and conducted the first long distance telephone call from Brantford to Paris, Ontario in 1876. (via Wikipedia)

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Simona Halep defeated Roberta Vinci 6-1 6-3 to win the title in Bucharest

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In the district of Haldimand-Norfolk: Caledonia Water Tower
Caledonia, ON

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In the district of Haldimand-Norfolk: Caledonia Water Tower

Caledonia, ON

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Domtar Water Tower
Caledonia, ONThis tower can serve as a reminder of Caledonia’s rich history regarding their gypsum mines and general industry. The Ontario Gypsum Company has operated on these lands and was bought out by Domtar in the 1950’s. Caledonia was the first to manufacture wallboard (drywall) which has been the chief product since 1916 and today remains the primary product of the gypsum produced by Domtar Gypsum.
A historical account on the town of Caledonia can be found here: Caledonia - Along the Grand RiverMore information found at the following link: Grand River Heritage Mines Society

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Domtar Water Tower

Caledonia, ON

This tower can serve as a reminder of Caledonia’s rich history regarding their gypsum mines and general industry. The Ontario Gypsum Company has operated on these lands and was bought out by Domtar in the 1950’s. Caledonia was the first to manufacture wallboard (drywall) which has been the chief product since 1916 and today remains the primary product of the gypsum produced by Domtar Gypsum.

A historical account on the town of Caledonia can be found here: Caledonia - Along the Grand River
More information found at the following link: Grand River Heritage Mines Society

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Room With a View | Room 604-605, Hôtel Plaza Athénée Paris

condenasttraveler:

Room With a View | Room 604-605, Hôtel Plaza Athénée Paris

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Petra Kvitova: *wins set*

Eugenie Bouchard: I came out to have a good time and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now.