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Haileybury Heritage Museum
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Haileybury Heritage Museum
Haileybury Heritage Museum
575 Main Street
Corner of Main Street & Niven Street
Haileybury, Ontario  P0J 1K0

Tel: 705-672-1922
Fax: 705-672-2551

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Streetcar # 124

1904 Toronto Railway Company Streetcar # 124, used as housing after the Great Fire of 1922 which destroyed 90% of the Town of Haileybury.

Interior of Streetcar # 124

Toronto Railway Company.

Model of the Town of Haileybury

Model of the Town of Haileybury on the day of the Great Fire - October 4, 1922. Model by Sheldon Dobbs.

Judicial Display

Haileybury was declared the District Town for Temiskaming in 1912. The robes in this photo depict the Justice of the Peace, Federal Court Judge, District Sherriff, Provincial Court Judge, & Deputy Sherriff.

Ontario Northland Railway Caboose

Van # 106

Tugboat M.V. Beauchene

Used by the Upper Ottawa Valley Improvement Company to haul booms of logs (approximately 50,000 logs at a time) down Lake Temiskaming and the Ottawa River system.

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