Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | March 8, 2016

Photographs of the Week. Lancaster and Lancaster South Ontario.

scan0034An early 19th century postcard showing the bridge and sawmill in South Lancaster.


I have looked for information about the Lancaster Prison, but have not been able to find anything.  Could this be a joke?  The so-called prison looks very much like a school.  The Grand Trunk Railway Station is in the background.


An Edwardian era postcard showing the Grant Trunk Railway (C.N.R.) Station at Lancaster.



An early 19th century view of the wharf at South Lancaster.


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