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Farmhouse built by Alfred Ruckle in 1906

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Alfred Ruckle's Queen Anne style farmhouse built in 1906 on the farmland now a part of Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada. The Ruckle Farm has been in continuous use as farmland since Henry Ruckle began farming there in 1872. Photographed from Beaver Point Road next to the park headquarters building.
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Alfred Ruckle's Queen Anne style farmhouse built in 1906 on the farmland now a part of Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.  The Ruckle Farm has been in continuous use as farmland since Henry Ruckle began farming there in 1872.  Photographed from Beaver Point Road next to the park headquarters building.