Firehall No 10
Lonely Planet review for Firehall No 10
Yorkville's historic 19th-century fire hall (1876) is still putting out fires. Beneath its impressive turret, a coat-of-arms relocated from the old town hall depicts the occupations of elected councilors: brewer, brick-maker, carpenter, blacksmith and butcher, united under a Canadian beaver. It's not open to the public, but the firemen don't mind if you stare at them from the street.