Learn more about the central circus residential section dating back to 1910.
Heritage Area: Port Mann
Site #: 215
Location: Traffic circle at the intersection of McBride Drive, Bedford Drive and Grosvenor Road
Registered: January 12, 2004.
Significance: Historical, Educational
Description: Forming the central circus in the residential section from which the streets of Port Mann were laid out, Lorne Circus is valued as one of the first Canadian examples of town planning based on scientific principles. This partially built traffic circle is one of the most recognized elements of the 700 acre planned area subdivided around 1910, to form a comprehensively planned community consisting of single family lots, parks, commercial and port facilities. This exemplifies the long-standing efforts to establish a good quality of life in the City through well planned neighbourhoods, parks, and road systems.
Listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.