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41. Black Horse Corners Heritage Outbuildings
1784 Northumberland St., North Dumfries Township,
Built 1835 - 1894,
The long-vanished crossroads hamlet of Black Horse Corners was centred around the Black Horse Inn (1853-1875). Doors Open visitors can see inside three heritage outbuildings from that era here at Shadynook Farms, adjacent to the former hamlet site. These include a barn, a smokehouse, and a stone-built former cheese factory of 1835, the last of which was heritage designated in 1991, and restored in 1994 under the direction of architects Chris Borgal and John Clinckett. Also, a scaled, three dimensional “skeletal” representation of the Black Horse Inn will be assembled on the original footprint of the building at the intersection of Northumberland Street and Cedar Creek Road.
• Partial Wheelchair Access