Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | February 1, 2016

Photograph of the Week. Morrisburg Canal, Postcards.

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A World War I era postcard showing Lock No. 23, Morrisburg.

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A World War II era postcard showing a freighter going through the Locks in Morrisburg.

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This postcard was mailed in 1927.

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This postcard is dated 1908.

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The power house was constructed, in 1906,  to supply electricity for the Canada Sheet Steel and Tinplate factory.  It proved to be inadequate to the task.scan0011

A World War era of the Canal looking east.

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