Topographical map of the country lying between Thorold and Port Dalhousie shewing located line of enlarged Welland Canal
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AbstractHistoric map showing a section of Niagara from Port Dalhousie to Thorold with north oriented toward the right. Text below the title reads: “Reduced from Plan of Surveys made in 1870-1”. Handwritten text below the scale, by the author, reads: "Thorold, 22 Aug. 1873. Thomas Monro." The map shows the Second and Third Welland Canals, beginning at the harbor in Port Dalhousie, travelling to Thorold. Also shown are main roads, creeks, ravines, concession and lot numbers. The Great Western Railway line runs from east to west and the Welland Railway from north to south. The Township of Grantham, St. Catharines, The Township of Stamford and the Township of Thorold are labelled. Handwritten markings in blue pencil are at multiple places along the canal. Handwritten on bottom right corner of map: “R 410 – Welland Canal – 1873 From Ms Div. Sept. 23/1960.” Stamp on verso: "Map Division, Aug 26 1969, Public Archives of Canada." And “New Welland Canal 440”. Handwritten on verso: 4/410 - New Welland Canal - 1873, Topo plan - C 93.
Authorship indicated: Thomas Monro.
Scale: 800 feet to 1 inch ; [ca. 1:9,600]
Digital reproduction: Public Archives of Canada, e011168609. Paper reproduction is available in Brock University MDGL. Call Number: G 3462 W45 1873 M65
Georeferenced and modified by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.