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    Abandoned House in Caledon, King Rd & Hwy 10

    An abandoned house at the corner of Hwy 10 and King Road in Caledon. There was actually a second abandoned house across the street from it as well but this one looked more decrepit so I decided to snap a shot. Photo was enhanced with Photomatix to make it an HDR image based from a single raw image, click on the above photo for a larger image.

    I will be taking pictures of more abandoned houses, farm houses and structures soon, if anyone knows of any good ones in the Caledon area please let me know.


    Comment from Bela
    Time April 1, 2011 at 5:25 pm

    I drive by that house everyday 4x a day maybe more. Its very sad to see all these old homes abandoned. There are a few on Miss Rd south of Mayfield. Great pic by the way!

    Comment from Morgan
    Time June 10, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    There is a very interesting abandoned house in Alton on Queen Street just across from Felix and Ginger hair salon. Apparently it is fully furnished inside if you go around the back!

    Comment from Sandra
    Time June 8, 2014 at 12:31 am

    My best friends grandfather built that house and hers and my bare footprints are (were) in the garage floor as we walked in it before the concrete was dry. This was about 60 years ago… of 2013 the house and garage are gone.

    Comment from Annette Morrison
    Time February 20, 2018 at 11:18 am

    I would like info on this house please. I am curious at who presently owns this, Thank you, Annette

    Comment from Rick Arnold
    Time December 10, 2022 at 6:28 pm

    Their use to be 2nd house the same as this one right next to it on the same side of King Road. I remember my parents taking me with them one time to visit a family friend to one of them back in the late 1950’s. My father referred to him as the Dane, not sure why, but he worked for my grandfather as blacksmith for a while in Downsview. I can remember looking out the front window and seeing nothing but farmland and at the back of the house they had a small addition with a garden. They were well up in their years at the time and believe the Dane and his wife had 2 daughters both married.

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