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280 Ellesmere (Como Inn)


Ellesmere was built around 1866 as the home of Isaac Gibb, a notary, and his wife Mary Adams. It contained a ballroom and a private chapel. In 1947, it became the Como Inn, associated with the nearby Como Wharf, the landing place for the steamer Sovereign, which made daily trips between Lachine and Carillon.

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