Capture Cramahe!

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Do you have a favourite photo you have taken within the Township of Cramahe that you want everyone to see and share?!

Let's explore Cramahe through your eyes!

We’re launching #CaptureCramahe and #LetsTalkCramahe for our Official Plan Review. We want you to submit your best photos in and around Cramahe!

We want you to share photos of your favourite place, historic landmarks, buildings, landscapes, locations etc. in our municipality.

Your photos could make it onto our new website, into newsletters, brochures and many more projects! We will make sure you have the bragging rights and give you credit for your submission. Just remember to tell us a brief story when you upload your photo so that way we can keep sharing for future generations.

If you're having any issues uploading your file, please send your photos directly to info@cramahetownship.ca or use the hashtag #CaptureCramahe on Social Media!

Please note that by sending images or using the hashtag #CaptureCramahe you will be granting consent to the Township of Cramahe to use your photos in any future promotions and materials.

Do you have a favourite photo you have taken within the Township of Cramahe that you want everyone to see and share?!

Let's explore Cramahe through your eyes!

We’re launching #CaptureCramahe and #LetsTalkCramahe for our Official Plan Review. We want you to submit your best photos in and around Cramahe!

We want you to share photos of your favourite place, historic landmarks, buildings, landscapes, locations etc. in our municipality.

Your photos could make it onto our new website, into newsletters, brochures and many more projects! We will make sure you have the bragging rights and give you credit for your submission. Just remember to tell us a brief story when you upload your photo so that way we can keep sharing for future generations.

If you're having any issues uploading your file, please send your photos directly to info@cramahetownship.ca or use the hashtag #CaptureCramahe on Social Media!

Please note that by sending images or using the hashtag #CaptureCramahe you will be granting consent to the Township of Cramahe to use your photos in any future promotions and materials.

Show Cramahe through your eyes!

Upload your photo here and narrate it by sharing with us the story behind your photo!  

Please note that if you're submitting via a mobile device, please click the blue plus sign (+) below to insert your photo.

Thank you for sharing your story with us.

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  • Share The Approach to Keeler's Wharf on Facebook Share The Approach to Keeler's Wharf on Twitter Share The Approach to Keeler's Wharf on Linkedin Email The Approach to Keeler's Wharf link

    The Approach to Keeler's Wharf

    by John Charlton, over 3 years ago

    The Approach to

    Keeler’s Wharf


    Many brave souls went

    down to the sea

    in ships from here.


    A bard sang —

    “Take me back

    to old Cat Hollow

    If I thought

    that I could find

    all the faces

    and the places

    As I see them in my mind”


    — May God Bless —


    Donated to Lakeport

    By J.A. Coyle 1982

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    CN railway Tracks

    almost 4 years ago

    Photo Submitted by Christine Jabar

    This was taken from the bridge over the CN railway tracks on Barnes Road. It was a long freight train, and the only cargo was turbines for wind generators.


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    jhyde@cramahetownship.ca

    by Joanne, almost 4 years ago

    This photo was submitted by Christine Jabar.

    t was taken February 21, 2016 at the end of a hike down Peters Rd. at Lake Ontario. Lake Ontario can look the Caribbean Sea or the Arctic Ocean!

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    Lake Ontario at the End of Peters Rd.

    by skyhawk, almost 4 years ago

    Lake Ontario can look like the Caribbean Sea or the Arctic Ocean. This photo was taken on February 21, 2016 down Peters Rd. that ended at Lake Ontario.

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  • Share AMAZING TRAILS FOR WALKING, HORSE BACK RIDING, AND ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES on Facebook Share AMAZING TRAILS FOR WALKING, HORSE BACK RIDING, AND ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES on Twitter Share AMAZING TRAILS FOR WALKING, HORSE BACK RIDING, AND ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES on Linkedin Email AMAZING TRAILS FOR WALKING, HORSE BACK RIDING, AND ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES link

    AMAZING TRAILS FOR WALKING, HORSE BACK RIDING, AND ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES

    by LochRidgePines, almost 4 years ago

    Cramahe Township offers many interesting trails throughout being offered to those who want to enjoy a long quiet walk; taking the horses for a Sunday stroll through the crisp clean fall air; or taking a ride with your All Terrain Vehicle. Many trails are well hidden and can loop around for hours. A great way to spend a day. Take a picnic along.

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    A NICE SUNDAY RIDE TO THE CHURCH

    by LochRidgePines, almost 4 years ago

    Castleton Ontario is rich in history.

    The Dominion of Canada had not come into existence in 1865 when the brave and resolute pioneers, who settled the Castleton area in the early part of the 19th century, found the countryside raw and untouched, lonely, stern and grudging at times. The church is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act. I found this wonderful and colorful display in the front of the Castleton Church and couldn't leave without stopping for a photo.


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    Old Barns

    by Pamela P., almost 4 years ago

    Old barns are my passion and there are hundreds dotted across the Northumberland Hills - some of the finest in Cramahe. This one in particular, in Morganston, built circa June 1903, captured my imagination:

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    Big cloud, blue sky days in Cramahe.

    by Pamela P., almost 4 years ago

    Rural rambles are my passion and there's nowhere better than Cramahe. This shot of the creek was taken on the bridge on Penryn Road. I think it typifies pastoral panorama that we find everywhere in Cramahe.



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