This was the result of a random, late-night drive. I ended up in Cartier, Ontario, and a small dirt road that appeared to parallel the railway. When I reached the end of what turned out to be a driveway, I found the foundation of this old house.
Later, I came back during the day to grab these shots.
These buildings were opened in 1913 to provide model housing for key, "high value" employees and supervisors of the DL & W Railroad's Coal Division, who paid a rent of $8.00 per month. In 2008 dollars, using the Consumer Price Index, that would be $179.42. One additional requirement of these employees was that they had to speak English as their first language.