Port Dover Photos – Norfolk County
Port Dover and Norfolk County have so many interesting and beautiful scenery.
The pictures below are just a sample of what you will see when you visit this part of Ontario’s South Coast.
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Entrance to the Harbour showing both lighthouses.
Black Bridge, Waterford, constructed by Lake Erie and Northern Railroad servicing Galt to Port Dover, now part of the Waterford Heritage Trail.
Fishermans monument at the Port Dover pier.
Waterford train station built in 1871, served many rail companies over the years, one being New York Central on thir line between Detroit and Buffalo .
The Clock Tower and home of the Lighthouse Theatre.
Merritt House, Waterford, built in 1851, located just south of the Waterford town hall and theatre.
The east pier lighthouse at the Port Dover harbour.
Morning view of the Lynn river from the Port Dover bridge.
Waterford Town Hall and Theatre, built in 1902, recently restored, used for theatrical and musical performances.
Carillon Tower, Simcoe, Norfolk’s War Memorial, dedicated in 1925.
Old storefront on the mainstreet in Port Dover, Ontario.
Fieldstone house, circa 1860, Waterford. Many such homes still remain in the Waterford area, examples of Scottish stone masons workmanship.
Sunny day at the Port Dover Lighthouse.
View from the Black Bridge, on the Waterford Heritage Trail, looking east toward the town centre.
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