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  • Aerial View of Terrace Bay
        A birds eye view at the town of Terrace Bay. Year is unknown.
      A birds eye view at the town of Terrace Bay. Year is ...
  • Mills South Camp - Terrace Bay
        An aerial view of south camp, Terrace Bay, Ontario.
      An aerial view of south camp, Terrace Bay, Ontario.
  • Jackfish
        An aerial view of Jackfish coal terminal located outside of Terrace Bay, Ontario. During, the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries a heavy traffic of French and later English fur traders, past through the local area on the way to numerous outposts and stations in the west, east,, and north. In ...
      An aerial view of Jackfish coal terminal located outside of Terrace Bay, ...
  • Jackfish Aerial View - Top of the Coal Chutes
        A view of the village of Jackfish Harbour as well as the coal chutes. This photo was taken at the end of the steam locomotive era in the late 1940's.
      A view of the village of Jackfish Harbour as well as the ...
  • Aerial View of Jackfish
        Aerial view of Jackfish harbour and development of the coal terminal at Jackfish harbour after the age of steam locomotives ~1950.
      Aerial view of Jackfish harbour and development of the coal terminal at ...
  • Aerial View of Kimberly Clark Pulp and Paper Co.
        In 1940, LongLac Pulp and Paper Co. conceived the idea of developing the town of Terrace Bay, and by 1958, the paper mill changed its name to Kimberly-Clark Pulp and Paper Co. This area had a suitable natural harbour for loading and unloading of lake freighters and rail transportation that ...
      In 1940, LongLac Pulp and Paper Co. conceived the idea of developing ...
  • Kimberly-Clark millsite from South east (~1947)
        An aerial view of the Kimberly-Clark paper mill from the south east, at Terrace Bay, Ontario.
      An aerial view of the Kimberly-Clark paper mill from the south east, ...
  • Aerial View of Terrace Bay 1
        This photograph shows an aerial view of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada. Shown is Lake Superior, the Terrace Bay Beach, and part of the south-west side of town.
      This photograph shows an aerial view of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada. Shown ...
  • Aerial View of Terrace Bay 2
        This photograph shows an aerial view of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada. Shown is Lake Superior and part of town.
      This photograph shows an aerial view of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada. Shown ...
  • Aerial View of Terrace Bay 3
        This photograph shows an aerial view of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada. Shown is Lake Superior, the Pump House Beach, and part of the south-east side of town.
      This photograph shows an aerial view of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada. Shown ...
  • Terrace Bay Early Years
        This is a general aerial view taken in July, 1946 looking from the mill site clearing, in the foreground, down the railroad spur line to the lower camp and C.P.R. transcontinental line. In the distance is Lake Superior from which the permanent water supply would be drawn. An intake pipeline, ...
      This is a general aerial view taken in July, 1946 looking from ...
  • Terrace Bay Early Years
        This is a photograph of the town site taken in August, 1946. The 1946 house building program at Terrace Bay was the start of the erection of 75 houses. Streets had been laid out, cleared and construction work began. Cutting across the background may be seen the main transcontinental line ...
      This is a photograph of the town site taken in August, 1946. ...
  • Aerial View of Mill Site
        Aerial photo of the mill site of Longlac Pulp and Paper which became Kimberly-Clark Pulp and Paper in 1958.
      Aerial photo of the mill site of Longlac Pulp and Paper which ...
  • Aerial View of Terrace Bay from 1946
  • Terrace Bay Early Years
        This is a photograph of the mill site taken in July, 1947. In the six short months after this photograph was taken, the mill site was transformed into a veritable maze of buildings in various stages of completion. The pulp storage building which stood alone in January was surrounded. The ...
      This is a photograph of the mill site taken in July, 1947. ...
  • Terrace Bay Early Years
        This is a photograph of the mill site taken in September, 1947. This photograph of the 300 ton sulfate mill depicts the extent of progress at the time. The mill proper covers a ground area of 150,000 square feet and the boiler house rises to a height of 130 feet. ...
      This is a photograph of the mill site taken in September, 1947. ...
  • Terrace Bay Early Years
        These are photographs of the Aguasabon development in 1948.
      These are photographs of the Aguasabon development in 1948.
  • Framed Aerial View of Terrace Bay
        This is a framed colour photograph of downtown Terrace Bay (Simcoe Plaza), some of the neighbourhoods in Terrace Bay, and the mill in the background. There are a lot more trees in this photograph than there are now, in present day.
      This is a framed colour photograph of downtown Terrace Bay (Simcoe Plaza), ...
  • Black and White Aerial View of Terrace Bay
        This poster shows a black and white aerial view of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada, date unknown.
      This poster shows a black and white aerial view of Terrace Bay, ...
  • Aerial View of Mill Site
        This giant framed photograph shows an aerial view of the mill site in Terrace Bay.
      This giant framed photograph shows an aerial view of the mill site ...
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