Photos by Beverly Caswell
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News Lunch Restaurant, 28 King St. East, Newcastle, Ontario-1956. Now known as the "the snug."
Check out the sketch that was done by the late artist, Maureen Remington. ... See MoreSee Less
I spent many happy hours there in my youth.
Done by Maureen Remington
The Newcastle Community Town Hall is getting some well deserved TLC. ... See MoreSee Less
The Newcastle clock tower has captured over 90 years of time within our Newcastle Village. It was built by the same manufacturer that made London’s famous Big Ben!
Today we would like to share with you a video that captures the mechanics of the clock located in the Newcastle Community Town Hall and how we wind it weekly. ... See MoreSee Less
What a great video Thank you for sharing
Fascinating. Thanks for sharing with us.
Willie, can you share this with Myno . I mentioned this at our Heritage meeting tonight and everyone would like to see this.
John McLean you should show this to Doug, he was complaining that the clock was 2 or 3 minutes slow when we were sitting awaiting the installation of the Banners. He may not remember because that was the day he last his wallet.
Happy Thanksgiving Newcastle!
We are truly grateful for each and every one of you and of course the history that continues to live on strong in this community. Our 🧡 heart is grateful and full today.
Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
If you saw our post yesterday, here is a jewellery box that was made from JASCO( the BOX FACTORY).
JASCO was a jewellery and silverware cabinet company that was located in the old Massey Manufacturing factory at the corner of Beaver and King. The factory sat vacant for a number of years until 1916 when cabinet maker, James Anderson Smith purchased it. 📿💍 ... See MoreSee Less