The Township of Puslinch is home to a variety of historical architectural examples of master masons’ and carpenters’ work. On close examination of the plaqued sites in the Township, it is easy to see how each tradesman left his mark – both enduring and irreplaceable. All of the photographs below are from the pictorial heritage inventory of Puslinch initiated in the year 2000, unless otherwise noted.
A piece of Puslinch heritage that still remains to be seen today is the beautiful carpenter work on some of the older buildings in the Township. Below are photographs that illustrate the artwork that adorn local buildings in Puslinch.
The stonemasons in Puslinch were Scottish, Irish, English, German, and Prussian, and their work exhibits different styles reflecting their origins.
This presentation expands on the above information and explores three different stages of architecture in Puslinch and individual features such as windows, masonry styles and carpentry work.