- It is a beautiful cenotaph. Part of my Georgetown memories.
- We loved it there. It is Beautiful. Such fond memories.
- Where is it now I wonder?
- Oldie!! B4 my time
- Looked at it every day.
- Me too!!!
- happy days.
- wonder where it is now ?
- Remembrance Park
- Why did they move it
- Great photo. Look at the flag. And the mailbox. I remember tricky crossings to get to Chapel St school.
- I've often wondered how that worked with all those kids having to cross such a busy road to get to and from school.
- Main/George/Guelph was quite dangerous. No crossing guards in my early school days. Somehow we made it.
- GREAT PIC they should have never move it
- remberance park
- lived in the house hidden behind the monument for my last year at Chapel Street (100th and last grade 8 class)
- It was not easy holding Memorial Services on Hwy 7
- you had main street.
- Had a great view of all parades 🙂
- Remember my brother John Cummins standing guard as a Lorne Scot at the cenotaph.
- Every single parade - right from our living room window .... also the “Sunday circuit drivers”!!!!!
- My bedroom window have a Birdseye. And also the “circuit “ on teenybopper years. Hahaha. Most have no idea what it was.
- My father was born in 1900 and his brother my uncle Bill Norton served in WWI.
- My Brother Ken was KIA in the Korean war in 1951 and he would be disgusted I'm sure.
- know how you feel, I will never forget the last time I saw Ken. It breaks my heart. My daughter along with me did get the opportunity to visit Ken's Grave in The United Nations Cemetery Busan South Korea. Compliments of their Government.
- I remember the cenotaph being there when I was young
- Replacing the White Bridged changed the highway then too.
- Awe I remember this well
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