This T-shirt features a crest for the Westdale neighborhood created by local Brantford artist Dave McCreary. Modeling t-shirts with the crest are Marilyn Stoffelsen and Brenda Giraldi, both long time Westdale residents. Photos were taken at Waterworks Park. The square silo at Waterworks park, affectionately dubbed by the locals as "the Snake House" was designated a heritage site under bylaw 259-88 in 1988. The square silo located in Waterworks was constructed in 1903 at an approximate cost of $404. It was constructed on lands owned by the Waterworks Commission for the use of Hartley Berry on the "Berry Farm". It may have been constructed by Robinson Berry, Hartley's father, who was a stone mason who settled and farmed in this area from 1881 to the early 1900's. Square or rectangular silos were first constructed in the late 1880's but soon were replaced by round or octagonal designs as they were more efficient.