The Templin Carriage Works

Construction on the Templin Carriage Works building was probably begun in the 1840s. It has been modified and rebuilt several times as shown in the pictures below, but is still in use as an office building.

181 St. Andrew St. East in about 1880 181 St. Andrew St. East in about 1900
181 St. Andrew St. East in about 1880
Courtesy: Pat Mestern
181 St. Andrew St. East in about 1900
181 St. Andrew St. East in the 1940s 181 St. Andrew St. East in 1990
181 St. Andrew St. East in the 1940s
Courtesy: Pat Mestern
181 St. Andrew St. East in 1990
181 St. Andrew St. East gutted for reconstruction in 1992 181 St. Andrew St East in May of 2003
181 St. Andrew St. East gutted for reconstruction in 1992 181 St. Andrew St East in May of 2003

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