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Cambridge Farmers’ Market

The Cambridge Farmers’ Market has been in operation since 1830 making it one of the oldest markets in the country. The current Farmers’ Market at the corner of Ainslie and Dickson streets in Cambridge includes two separate buildings: a one-storey structure which was built in 1887, and a two-storey structure built in 1896. The most recent major renovations to the buildings occurred in 1992 when new structural steel beams and columns were added to the interior of the buildings to make sure they would remain standing for many years to come. The market building was designated as a heritage structure in July 1984.

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