PHOTOlog | red brick farmhouse HALTON

Milton, Ontario, farm, historical, cattle, Scottish

Still a farm, 8505 Esquesing Line, Milton, Concession 5 Lot 4 – the home of John Shortreed who emigrated from Hawick, Scotland in 1837. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, November 2014

HALTON County | Esquesing South Township

PHOTOlog | Scotch pines WELLINGTON

Scottish stonemasonry near Guelph, Ontario

Crieff school house S.S. No. 6, built 1874. Photo credit: Lisa Rance May 2014

Scottish stonemasonry near Guelph, Ontario

Another historic home near Crieff – Juniper Hill, built for Walter Cowan Sen. Sometime after his 1850 arrival. His son, Walter Jr. traded this house for one in Vancouver in 1916. Photo credit: Lisa Rance May 2014

WELLINGTON County | Puslinch Township

PHOTOlog | scottish stonemasonry ONTARIO

Scottish stonemasonry east of Toronto, pre-Confederation architecture

The 1856 John Calder House, 7675 Thickson Road North, Whitby. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, July 2014

ONTARIO County | Whitby Township

PHOTOlog | under maintenance WENTWORTH

Scottish stonemasonry, heritage-designation, under maintenance

The Richardson Hyslop Frebold House, built after 1858 by Scottish masons, under maintenance. Garner Road at Westmount. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, February 2014

WENTWORTH County | Ancaster Township

PHOTOlog | stone masonry BRANT

glen morris, ontario, historical, stone masonry, scottish, christmas

Scottish stonemasonry in Glen Morris. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, February 2014

branchton, ontario, historical, stone masonry, bridge

Branchton stone train bridge, built 1854. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, February 2014

BRANT County | Dumfries South Township

PHOTOlog | stone masons extraordinaire GREY

Neustadt, Ontario, historical, stone masonry, German, Baden, Scottish, brewery

Autumn in Neustadt village built by Scottish- and Baden-German stonemasons. The owner of Noah’s Inn said the interior wall lathe were not individual strips, but were larger branches that had been split, remaining attached, accordion-style. Visit the Neustadt Springs Brewery! Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2013

GREY County | Normanby Township