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Published by: Lisa Truttman on May 13, 2009
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Nineteenth Century Buildings
Waterview MethodistChurch, Corner GreatNorth Road and Fir Street.
The central portion of thisbuilding dates from 1883. Itwas the area's first churchand the only public buildingin Waterview that survivesfrom the 19th century. It wasknown up until the 1920s asthe "Primitive MethodistChurch”.
Photograph taken 2006.
Waterview Methodist Church.Fir Street Entrance [rear por-tion]
 Dates from 1897. It was origi-nally the Dominion Road Meth-odist Church. It was moved toWaterview to become the hallfor the new church in 1925. Thepresent configuration of churchbuildings on this site dates from1953.
Photograph taken 2006.
53 Fir Street
.Originally the residence of the Cox Family & later of Robert Saxon Nicholls, farmer. Builtc. 1890s, it has been much altered over the years.
 Photograph courtesy of J. Munk 2006 
(1 & 2) 43 Alford Street (2 views)
 Built c. 1907 for John Francis Goodwin, Mental Hospital Attendant. The classical Edwardian villais still in the Goodwin family.
 #2 Courtesy J. Munk, 2006 
(3) 1574 Great North Road (East Side)
 c 1900 residence of William George Tatton, fruit grower and the Tatton Family; obtained fromJames Neville Newbold, settler. Is currently being renovated and restored.
(4) 1602 Great North Road (East side)
 built c. 1911 for Charles Augustus Harris, mechanic (and later Tram Superintendent). Is currently(2006) undergoing extensive renovations, with units/town house being built behind it.
Buildings 1900s—1910s1234

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