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Lincolnville was located at the corner of Bloomington Road and Highway 47 and was divided between Uxbridge and Whitchurch Townships. The tall pines in the area were felled and transported by horse and wagon down Tenth Line (also known as Mast Road). By the 1870s, there were two water-powered sawmills, a Methodist Church, a hotel, and a basket factory. Later, gravel pits opened and are still operating today. In 2011, the terminus for the Stouffville GO Transit train line was named after this hamlet. Lincolnville is expected to grow quickly over the next few years due to the hamlet’s proximity to Stouffville as well as the newly expanded GO Station currently being constructed by Metrolinx.