Browsing Niagara Falls and Montreal Photos, [1870-1880] RG 630 by Title
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Five photographs - "Victoria Bridge, Montreal", "General's Island near Montreal", "Suspension Bridge Niagara", "Niagara Falls", "Montreal"n.d.Five photographs on one sheet. The photographs are captioned: a) "Victoria Bridge, Montreal b) "General's Island near Montreal". This is now known as Mount Royal Park. The park ranger's house is visible in this photo. c) "Suspension Bridge Niagara" d) "Niagara Falls" including the dome of Davis' Table Rock House
Photograph captioned "Falls Niagara"n.d.The photograph is captioned "Falls Niagara". It is a view from Goat Island toward Terrapin Point Tower. The tower was perched on a wooden boardwalk on Profile rock. A person can be seen in the lower left hand corner.
Photograph captioned "Niagara"n.d.This photo is captioned "Niagara". It is a picture of the Horseshoe Falls taken at a time when private owners controlled the land around the Falls. Shown in this picture is the dome of the Table Rock House, built in 1853.
Photograph captioned "Suspension Bridge Niagara"n.d.The photograph is captioned "Suspension Bridge Niagara". This bridge was in operation from 1855-1897 and connected Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, New York. Trains used the upper deck while pedestrians and carriages used the lower deck.