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.

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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.

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

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

 

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