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Standpipe Information

Location: 81 Coon's Road
Signage: Built: 1980
Height: 32 meters
Capacity: 5,330,000 liters

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Richmond Hill - SW Ontario
York Region. Photo © Mark Visser

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Area Information
Richmond Hill is a town in York Region and part of the Greater Toronto Area.
The Town started out as a small settlement located partially in the Township of Vaughan and partially in the Township of Markham. The Town's development was closely linked with the development of Yonge Street, which was planned primarily as a military road by John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Upper Canada. Early in the twentieth century, several large greenhouse operations were built in Richmond Hill, while rose growing turned the town into the "rose capital" of Canada.
Richmond Hill was officially incorporated on June 18, 1872 as a village. Compilation

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