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A quick stop at Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada Lock 14 – Crowe Bay. Above, looking upstream. You may notice that the only activity here is the Parks Canada lock master cutting the grass. Above, looking downstream. You … Continue reading
Ranney Gorge is pretty cool in mu opinion – it’s one of my favourite stops for a quick walkabout or a picnic (or both) if I happen to be near Campbellford. asdaI usually take a few minutes to … Continue reading
Crowe Bay is formed by the dams upstream of Lock 14 of the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada. The lock is interesting as it is on an island, with a control dam to the west, and a … Continue reading
Smiths Falls is home to a rather spectacular, raised bascule bridge. The Scherzer rolling-lift railway bridge was built in 1912-13 and was used until the rail line ceased operation in 1984. Since then it has been permanently kept in the … Continue reading
The Point-au-Père site was one of the most important navigational aid centres in Canada for over a hundred years. The existing lighthouse, built in 1909, is the third to be built on the site. The site also included a pilotage … Continue reading