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Midland - Central Ontario
Simcoe County. Photo © Mark Visser

Tower Information
Location: Hanley St. @ Russell St.
Signage: Midland

Standpipe Information
Location: 755 Dominion Street
Built: Height: Capacity:
There are only a few open standpipes, like this one in Midland, still standing.

There is one in Petrolia and one in Cambridge (a roof was later added). Sadly the one standpipe in Clinton was torn down in 1993

Area information
The town of Midland was founded when, in 1871, the Midland Railway of Canada selected the sparsely populated community of Mundy's Bay as the new terminus of the Midland railway. The village was incorporated in 1878 and into a town in 1890. Compilation
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