Newfoundout was a real treat to visit. As we drove down the lonely road that was lined with fencing from it’s originators you could almost hear the horse and buggies. There are only skeletal remains of a once inhabited place. The houses remain to weather and fall in on themselves as nature slowly … More Newfoundout – Doomed Before It Began – People Exploited
On Monday July 13, 2015 my lovley wife Michelle and I travelled to the infamous town of Brudenell. We were very excited to see for ourselves, the town once known as “The Sin Bin” of The Opeongo Line! In 1871 the town was bustling!……it had three hotels, … More Brudenell “The Sin Bin” – Women, Alcohol, Gambling and Al Capone?!
Chris and I set out on a 2 day adventure on Saturday July 11/2015. This was our first findings near Tamworth ON on our way to Renfrew. The innards of the house had been mostly gutted for renovation at some point but looked like their efforts came to a halt possibly due to money? … More Near Tamworth ON – House and Graveyard with a Horrific Past
One of our first exciting explorations was to the infamous Camp 30 in Bowmanville, ON. The camp is in shambles now with extensive vandalism and graffiti. The buildings are all still standing and as … More Camp 30
We found this little gem on the back roads in Clarington ON. Because there’s no evidence of hydro, plumbing or a green number, as well as a little Newspaper clipping we found, we believe this house dates back to the 1800’s. The newspaper clip Chris found was a piece of the Empire Toronto established in Toronto, … More Little House on the Prairie