Boat in Fenelon Locks

A canoe quietly glides through the waters of the Fenelon Canal in this view captured around 1952. Visible across the water is the northwest wall of the Fenelon Falls gristmill.

Fenelon Falls

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Fenelon Canal Reconstruction, 1963

When the Trent Severn Waterway rebuilt the Fenelon Falls lock in 1963 as one stage instead of two, a swing bridge was no longer needed, because the boats would now be low enough to pass under the bridge. A concrete bridge was then constructed. W.G. Jackett & Sons performed the excavation.

Fenelon Falls

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Horseshoe Rapids

Horseshoe Rapids

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Water Street, Peterborough

Water Street , Peterborough

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Fenelon Falls Aerial

Circa 1960

Fenelon Falls

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Fenelon Falls Canal

Water Street , Fenelon Falls

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Fenelon Falls Lock

Circa 1980

Water Street , Fenelon Falls

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Fenleon Falls, c 1950

Fenelon Falls Island, showing the Grist Mill (with cupola on roof), Fenelon Falls power station, fire tower, municipal building and Lyons' Garage in the Background.

Circa 1950

Fenelon Falls

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Fenelon Falls, c 1980

Water from Cameron Lake pours over Fenelon Falls as it makes its way to points further east in the Trent-Severn system.

Circa 1980

Fenelon Falls

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Hotel Kawartha, Fenelon Falls

40 Francis Street E , Fenelon Falls

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