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Standpipe Information

Location: Mill Street @ Lehnen Street
Signage: Poer Elgin

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Port Elgin - Ontario
Bruce County. Southwest Ontario. Photo © Mark Visser

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Area Information
Port Elgin is a community in Bruce County, Ontario. Originally named Normanton the town was renamed Port Elgin when it was incorporated in 1874, after James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin, a former Governor General of the Province of Canada.
In 1998, the Town of Southampton, the Town of Port Elgin and Saugeen Township were amalgamated to form the Town of Saugeen Shores. The arrival of the Wellington, Grey and Bruce Railway in 1872 further stimulated the growth of the community and it was incorporated as a Village in 1874. Wikipedia

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