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Windsor Machine & Tool Works’ New Addition – 1917

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This building was located at 86-88 Pitt St W. This Tool and Machine show saw rapid growth from its founding in a barn on site in 1911, through the third addition shown above in 1917. The building was located on Pitt, between Church and Bruce. In 1937 the building was occupied by G & M Automatic Machine Co. Ltd.

The building shown above was designed by Windsor architect J.C. Pennington.

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