Plaque #M11: Palmerston Railway Walking Bridge

In 1871, the grand Western Railway line through Palmerston was completed. Although the railway helped the local economy, the expansion of the rail yard through Queen Street posed a serious threat to pedestrians. To ensure public safety, the Railway Commission of Canada ordered the town to close Queen Street and in 1911 the Grand Trunk built a 700' steel pedestrian bridge over the yard. The yard closed, and in 1998 the town purchased the site.

Minto Arts Gallery

The Minto Arts Gallery is non-profit, volunteer-directed organization operated by the Minto Arts Council, and located on the 3rd floor of the historic Harriston Carnegie Library. The Arts Council is committed to using the Gallery to showcase local and distant artistic talent collections.

Red Market Express

A Market full of fresh produce, specialty groceries, frozen and fresh meal ideas, flowers, coffee, and gifts to decorate the home or cottage.

Alpaca Time

Alpaca Time upholds a reputation of premium alpaca products since it's start in 2005.

Greenbush Heritage Organic Farm

Owned and operated by Terry and Krista Fisk, Greenbush Organic Farm is a small-scale certified organic market garden producing fresh organic fruits and vegetables. It is located on Highway 9 between Harriston and Clifford.

Steel Tree Customs

Small Ontario based wood working, using new and repurposed wood and steel, making everything from pallet signs to live edge tables and more.

Wesley Bates Gallery & West Meadow Press

Wesley Bates is an artist and wood engraver whose work is nationally renowned. He owns the Wesley Bates Gallery and West Meadow Press in Clifford. He also works closely with the Minto Arts Council and other community organizations.