Country road, take me to Wingham.
Around 12:00 p.m., after we mistakenly turned off County Road 86 and felt lost and ended up in an unknown street, we were surprised to find out we already arrived at Wingham. Here we are, Wingham.
In the early of 1850s, Wingham was incorporated into a town with population of 2000. After one and half century, its population is still around 2000, less than 3000. It’s really hard to spot someone around. Wingham City Hall (below) was constructed and opened in 1890.
Wingham Post Office was built across the street and opened in 1907.
North Huron Museum. It was Sunday and the museum was closed sadly.
This no-name building was built in 1890 and is still in use.
An empty main street. No one was in sight.
Every town has its own Monument. Wingham only has 2000 people, but it lost 34 lives in World War I.
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