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Former Port Perry Town Hall

Former Port Perry Town Hall

Photo by Alan L Brown - Posted May, 2009

Former Port Perry Town Hall

Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted October, 2011

Plaque Location

The Region of Durham
The Township of Scugog
In Port Perry, on the southwest corner of
Simcoe Street (Road 2) and Queen Street


Coordinates: N 44 06.200 W 78 56.843

Map

Plaque Text

During the 19th century, many villages and small towns across Canada constructed municipal meeting halls which served as political and social centres for their communities. This is a particularly fine example of the type. It was completed in 1873 to celebrate the opening of a rail link to Lake Ontario, an event which appeared to herald the economic triumph of Port Perry over other nearby communities. Noteworthy for its commanding site and the quality of its design and interior finishes, this building testifies to the vision and optimism of its sponsors.

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