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The Big Tomato – Leamington – Then and Now

The photo above shows the Leamington visitor information booth, better known as “The Big Tomato” about 1965. The booth was built in 1961. Located at the corner of Talbot and Mill Streets.

Above is a shot of the booth today, via Google streetview.

Click here for a throw back to the 25th birthday in 1986. (The CBC doesn’t allow their video’s to be embedded).

Have a great weekend everyone, see you back here Monday.

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