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Heritage Sites in Guildford & Fraser Heights

Bullman's Garage

Bulman's Garage

Commercial vernacular style built c. 1948 as gas station and auto service for Port Kells. Virtually unaltered, features triple bay garage do [...]

Carl Mathisen House

Carl Mathisen House

Craftsman style, built c. 1921, featuring front veranda running along full width with square support posts which are tapered above balustrad [...]

Gerow Barn

Gerow Barn

This property, at the corner of Townline (96 Avenue) and Clover Valley (176 Street) Roads was acquired by the Gerow family in 1936. The barn [...]

Tynehead house

House (Tynehead)

Utilitarian two-storey farmhouse built c. 1875 using 4-inch hand-split cedar logs, featuring tri-gabled roof, patterned shingles on gable en [...]

Ingram House

Ingram House

Eclectic Dutch-gable bungalow with neo-classical influence, built c. 1933, featuring chamfered porch gable with paired turned columns, capit [...]

John Holt House

John Holt House

Folk Victorian style built in 1905, characteristic front porch substituted by portico contained within front gable with arched opening commo [...]

McCaskill House

McCaskill House

Built in 1905 by or for Rory and Catherine McCaskill. The McCaskills were pioneer settlers in Tynehead. Rory served for a time as a school t [...]

Port Kells Elementary School

Port Kells Elementary School

Built in 1907, the site has been a focal point of Port Kells since 1891. Neo-Georgian influence in original massing, original siding has bee [...]

Port Kells Fire Hall #7

Port Kells Fire Hall No. 7

Built in 1923 originally as meeting hall for Port Kells Farmers Institute, used as a fire hall since 1947. It has been subjected to a number [...]

Port Kells Heritage Park

Port Kells Park

In the early 1930s the municipality acquired ten acres on the Davis Road (88th Avenue) for a park, which officially opened in 1933. It was e [...]

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Port Kells Post Office

Built by Charles Percy Smith in 1929 to serve the Port Kells area, following removal of railway tracks along what is now Harvie Road. Roy St [...]

Tynehead Community Hall

Tynehead Community Hall

Believed to be the second oldest community hall in Surrey built in 1907, in a rural homestead style consisting of a simple front gabled box [...]

Tynehead Elementary School

Tynehead Elementary School (West Wing)

The second school to serve the Tynehead community built in 1908, with major alterations in 1923 and newer additions.

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Church Manse

Modest bungalow built in early 1930's, porch now enclosed. It was located on the property well before the relocation of the church. Its hist [...]

Latimer Residence

Latimer Residence

This simple single-storey house was built c. 1928. The site has ties to the Latimers, a pioneer family on the east side of Surrey and J. Lat [...]

St. Oswalds Church

St. Oswald's Church

Wood frame with simple drop siding, windows are rectangular sash, clear leaded, shallow arch stained glass at apse end. Late Victorian eclec [...]

St Oswalds Trees

St. Oswald's Trees

Old growth trees consisting of 4 Douglas Firs and one Western Red Cedar that remained on the site cleared for St. Oswald’s Church. These are [...]

"The Castle" - Baron von Mackensen House

Originally built c. 1900 in late Victorian Homestead style, east/west wing added c. 1910 by von Mackensen in Edwardian and Craftsman style w [...]