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Grimsby Park Gates, 1895

Grimsby Park Gates, 1895

The first Methodist Camp Meeting, Grimsby Park, 1859

The first Methodist Camp Meeting, Grimsby Park, 1859

"Driveway in Grimsby Park", 1908. Cottages like those seen on the left, were constructed on cedar posts & not originally intended to be substantial permanent dwellings.

"Driveway in Grimsby Park", 1908. Cottages like those seen on the left, were constructed on cedar posts & not originally intended to be substantial permanent dwellings.

Summer at Grimsby Park, 1906.

Summer at Grimsby Park, 1906.

Cottagers attending the Methodist Camp, pose on a Grimsby Park street, in the late 1800s.

Cottagers attending the Methodist Camp, pose on a Grimsby Park street, in the late 1800s.

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Grimsby Park Cottage, in the summer of 1890.

Grimsby Park Cottage, in the summer of 1890.

Grimsby Beach, Painted Ladies, Ontario, Canada >< In 1859 John Bowslaugh donated land on the shores of Lake Ontario for a permanent Ontario Methodist Camp Meeting Ground. Sixteen years later a company was incorporated to manage the site. Cottages were built; a community grew to include a grocery store, barber shop, telegraph office, hotels and its own railway stopping. By 1888 a new temple was built and dedicated which could seat up to 7000 people. Steamers landed daily at Grimsby Park's…

Grimsby Beach, Painted Ladies, Ontario, Canada >< In 1859 John Bowslaugh donated land on the shores of Lake Ontario for a permanent Ontario Methodist Camp Meeting Ground. Sixteen years later a company was incorporated to manage the site. Cottages were built; a community grew to include a grocery store, barber shop, telegraph office, hotels and its own railway stopping. By 1888 a new temple was built and dedicated which could seat up to 7000 people. Steamers landed daily at Grimsby Park's…

Grimsby Park street scene, 1888.

Grimsby Park street scene, 1888.

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