The Old Oakville Pin Shop – Day No.3, Developments

The family has recently rented a space in the original brick Oakville Pin Factory. 


As it turns out, not only does this estate consist of Dennis’s workshop contents, but also two trailers located in the back where they sat a mystery untouched for over thirty years. Now relocated to the Pin Shop, here are some photos of the contents…

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9 responses

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    • It’s true. I don’t know how one an did so much, but from what I understand it ran in the family. The trailers are the collections of his father and grandfather. There is still another trailer and half of the other to unload.


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