250 Bannerman Avenue,
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Redgranite suffered during the Great Depression from the loss of its main business, which was quarrying the stone from which the community was named. The once-popular Eagle Theatre, opened during the first decade of the 20th Century, also fell into decline and before it was demolished during the 1940’s, served as a barn housing a carnival elephant.
The Eagle Theatre’s foundations are still visible below the Wally Golonka machine/welding shop built by George Parker in 1952 on the site of the once-popular theater.
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