The New Royal Hotel. F. Martin, Propretor.
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
The building is in two sections. Left-hand section is two storeys with elaborate roof line. Middle section is three storeys. Three men are walking past the middle section. A horse and cart are in front of the hotel. The building at the right is a livery.
Notes
On Main Street. The left-hand section of the building is now a series of small shops and apartments and the middle section (known as the Thompson hotel) is now a restaurant and apartments. The livery was demolished and replaced with shops. This photograph was taken from the book "Milton's Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For further information, see "Historic Homes and Buildings of Milton, Vol. II"
Date of Original
c.1905
Dimensions
9 1/2 cm. x 6 1/4 cm.
Subject(s)
Local identifier
1766
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.51681 Longitude: -79.88294
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Email:info@miltonhistoricalsociety.ca
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16 James St.,

Milton, Ontario,

L9T 2P4.

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The New Royal Hotel. F. Martin, Propretor.


The building is in two sections. Left-hand section is two storeys with elaborate roof line. Middle section is three storeys. Three men are walking past the middle section. A horse and cart are in front of the hotel. The building at the right is a livery.