Second Welland Canal - Book 1, Survey Map 2 - Lock 1 and Port Dalhousie


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Creator:
Board of Works - Welland Canal Company
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Drawings
Description:
Survey map of the Second Welland Canal created by the Welland Canal Company showing the areas in and around Port Dalhousie and Grantham Township. Identified structures associated with the Canal include Lock 1, East and West Piers, Collector's Office, Lock Tender's House and the new towing path.

The surveyors' measurements and notes can be seen in red and black ink and pencil.

Local area landmarks and businesses are also identified and include streets and roads (ex. Road to St. Catharines, Side Line, Old Road to Port Dalhousie, Road to Niagara), the Welland Railway and its structures (ex. freight sheds, wood shed, raised platform, elevator, cranes, water tank, turn table, and passenger station), G. A. Clark's Wood Yard, Clark's Wood Office, Alex Muir's Dry Dock, Donald, Andrews & Ross' Dry Dock, R&J Laurie Flouring Mill, R. Laurie & Company Grist Mill and A. Morrison Saw Mill.

A New Road to St. Catharines is featured in red ink.

Properties and property owners of note are: Concession 1 Lots 19, 20 and 21, John Christie, and John Clark.
Publisher:
Board of Works - Welland Canal Company
Date of Original:
c.1855
Dimensions:
Width: 100 cm
Height: 45 cm
Image Dimensions:
Image Width: 85cm
Image Height: 45cm
Map Scale:
NA
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
WCM-BK1-Map2
Collection:
St. Lawrence Seaway Authority (Canada) Fonds
Geographic Coverage:
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© St. Lawrence Seaway Authority (Canada). © Transport Canada.
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Recommended Citation:
Brock University Archives, St. Lawrence Seaway Authority (Canada) Fonds, Second Welland Canal Survey Map 1, c.1845.
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This record is Crown copyrighted. Permission to reproduce this record must be granted by Library and Archives Canada.
Reproduction Notes:
© St. Lawrence Seaway Authority (Canada). Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada (2006).
Source: Library and Archives Canada/St. Lawrence Seaway Authority fonds/R1195-0-X-E/Accession 73-27727 CA

© Transport Canada. Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada (2006).
Source: Library and Archives Canada/Department of Railways and Canals fonds/R610-154-8-E/Accession 9017 CA
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James A. Gibson Library,

Brock University,

500 Glenridge Avenue,

St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1

Telephone: 905-688-5550 x3264

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Second Welland Canal - Book 1, Survey Map 2 - Lock 1 and Port Dalhousie


Survey map of the Second Welland Canal created by the Welland Canal Company showing the areas in and around Port Dalhousie and Grantham Township. Identified structures associated with the Canal include Lock 1, East and West Piers, Collector's Office, Lock Tender's House and the new towing path.

The surveyors' measurements and notes can be seen in red and black ink and pencil.

Local area landmarks and businesses are also identified and include streets and roads (ex. Road to St. Catharines, Side Line, Old Road to Port Dalhousie, Road to Niagara), the Welland Railway and its structures (ex. freight sheds, wood shed, raised platform, elevator, cranes, water tank, turn table, and passenger station), G. A. Clark's Wood Yard, Clark's Wood Office, Alex Muir's Dry Dock, Donald, Andrews & Ross' Dry Dock, R&J Laurie Flouring Mill, R. Laurie & Company Grist Mill and A. Morrison Saw Mill.

A New Road to St. Catharines is featured in red ink.

Properties and property owners of note are: Concession 1 Lots 19, 20 and 21, John Christie, and John Clark.