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The Carillon Tower was dedicated on June 17th, 1925 in honor of the service men from Norfolk County killed in World War I. The structure is 60 feet in height by 22 feet square. It is made of Hagersville limestone and trimmed with carved Indianna stone. It includes 23 bells weighing over 8,000 pounds.

Location: Simcoe Ontario Telephone 519-426-8600

Other History nearby:
(Port Rowan) Backus Heritage Conservation Area
(Brantford) Bell Memorial
(Simcoe) Carillon Tower
(Ingersoll) Cheese Factory Museum/Sports Museum
(Dunkirk) Dunkirk Historical Lighthouse
(Dunkirk) Dunkirk Historical Museum

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