This building on Ridout Street, just north of Queens Ave in London, currently houses
the Nancy Campbell Collegiate private school, originally built as early as
1835. This building was part of a group of structures known as "Bankers'
Row" because of the presence of five branch offices here. In 1970, after
years of neglect and deterioration, John Labatt Limited restored this building
(and some other building on street) to help preserve the rich heritage of this
street. Beautiful yellow bricks with black trim. (SIZE 3" X 4")
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