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The town of Richmond Hill has seen many changes in its lifetime. More than anything else today, it seems to be a bedroom community for commuters working in Toronto. But when this classic little farmhouse was built at the turn of the last century, it was a thriving community, primarily agricultural but also a stop along a radial railway line that ran from Toronto to Sutton.
Today the farmhouse is closed in the winter and open in the warm months for visits from schoolchildren and tourists.
Tech: slight cropping from the top, resized for TE and sharpen
Personal note: It was -22 degrees when I was shooting this house this morning BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!
Thanks for your visits, critiques and kind suggestions

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