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1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: at Bond Lake
2  Early Days in Richmond Hill: as long as you lib, until you empty Bond's Lake wid a cla-am sha-al." Miss Lizzette
3  Early Days in Richmond Hill: as long as you lib, until you empty Bond's Lake wid a cla-am sha-al." Miss Lizzette
4  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Bond Lake, Oak
5  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Radial Railway Company) power house at Bond Lake.
6  Richmond Hill Photo Images: A boat on Bond Lake in the early 1900s. John
7  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Mary T on an excursion around Bond Lake June 14, 1927
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of Stouffville Road announces Bond Lake, where residents of Richmond Hill and
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of the future Yonge Street around Bond Lake, then to the east side again at Elgin
10  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Road and partly cut to Lot 53 near Bond's Lake. "The piece of Yonge Street from
11  Early Days in Richmond Hill: avoid swamps. North of Bond's Lake, or Bond's Pond, as it was known, all the way from Oak
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: in 1899 built a new steam powerhouse at Bond Lake, with a capacity of almost 1000 horsepower.
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: at Oak Ridges. Just north of Bond Lake, the mainline tracks of the Metropolitan
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: (Toronto and York) car barns at Bond Lake, pictured as a service station in the 1950s.
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Mort and Vernon" in a rowboat on Bond Lake, circa 1905. North York
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: was perfectly safe. "Bond Lake commends itself to parents as an ideal place
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: then there was Bond Lake! For generations swimmers and boaters had
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: to get the last car either way from Bond Lake.
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Metropolitan trolleys took dancers to Bond Lake. Couples swung gracefully around the floor
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: technology. With its generating station at Bond Lake and its utility poles and overhead wires
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: be supplied on a separate line from the Bond Lake powerhouse, and suggested that lighting could
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: on the east side of Yonge Street near Bond Lake, "three Mississaugas or Chippewas" threatened
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: water on his land - originally called Bond's Pond and later Bond
24  Early Days in Richmond Hill: had opened at Langstaff Road and Bond Lake. 12 And William Crew began construction
25  Early Days in Richmond Hill: travellers at Langstaff Corners, Bond Lake, and Oak Ridges, with a busy tannery at
26  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Bond Lake Hotel and stables. At Bond Lake,

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