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Bradford is the primary country urban area of the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario, in Canada.
It overlooks a farming community, known as
The Holland Marsh, located on the Holland River that flows into Lake Simcoe.
The eastern boundary of Bradford is the Holland River, named for Samuel Holland, first Surveyor General of British North America, who passed this way on an exploration from Toronto to Balsam Lake, by way of Lake Simcoe, in 1791.
Initially, the place was known as Milloy's Tavern and later was called Edmondson's Corners.
In 1840, Joel Flesher Robinson named it after his home town in West Yorkshire, England.
Bradford was incorporated as a village in 1857, with a population of about 1,000 people. Only a few years prior to this, the Northern Railway of Canada was built through the town.
The train station was constructed by the Grand Trunk Railway and later used by the CNR. Bradford was incorporated as a town in 1960.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bradford,_Ontario, https://www.simcoe.com/news-story/4127825-east-bradford-is-one-of-canada-s-top-100-neighbourhoods-to-invest-in-magazine-says/