2002 Black and white postcard of the Armour in the wharf at Burk's Falls during the winter. There is snow covering the dock, the boats, and the village. In the background of the image, behind the Armour, there is another unidentified boat. The village in the background is Burk's Falls. On the boat...
2002 Black and white photograph of the Wenonah(right) passing the Wanita(left) on the Magnetawan River, near Burk's Falls. A barn can be seen on the shore. In the foreground logs can be seen in the river.
2002 Black and white photograph of an unidentified boat passing the through the Ahmic Harbour. There are buildings of Ahmic on the shore on a hill.
2002 Black and white photograph of the steamer Armour at dock in Burk's Falls. The smaller vessel in the picture is the tugboat Theresa. There are some logs washed up on the shore. Two buildings can be seen near the dock.
2002 Colour painted postcard of a railroad locomotive leaving the village of Burk's Falls. Below the bridge is the Burk's Falls wharf. There is one boat in the wharf.
At the bottom in the centre 'Burks Falls Wharf' is written in red.
2003 Black and white photograph of a train with smoke pluming out of the smokestack coming into Burk's Falls. On the right side is the wharf with people standing beside a boat on the Magnetawan. In the upper right corner 'WHARF, BURKS FALLS, ONT.' is written in red.
2003 Black and white photographic postcard of the steamers Wantia and Wenonah at dock in the wharf at Burk's Falls. The wharf is on the Magnetawan River.
In the upper right corner 'Steamers Wanita and Wenonah on the Burk's Falls Wharf early 1900s' is written in red.
2003 Black and white photograph of a passenger train leaving Burk's Falls. The locomotive is billowing smoke. On the left is a boat in the Burk's Falls wharf.
Along the bottom 'This photo of the Burk's Falls wharf would have been taken in the early 30's' was added by Roger Simmons.
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