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Standpipe Information
Location: Bruce County Road 10
Signage: Tara

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Tara - Ontario
Bruce County. Southwestern Ontario. Photo © Tim Knapp

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Area Information
Tara is a community in the municipality of Arran–Elderslie, Bruce County, in southwestern Ontario.
Richard Berford and John Hamilton were the first European settlers to move onto and survey the lots of the future village of Tara in 1851.
The first post office opened in 1862. The railway reached Tara in October 1881. The village never did become a major manufacturing centre.
Tara became a thriving commercial and manufacturing centre and, in anticipation of the arrival of the Stratford and Huron Railway, it was incorporated as a village by a county by-law effective January 1, 1881." Wikipedia

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