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Ear Falls
  
  • Ear Falls Power Development - Unit #4 (December 11 1947)
        Photo showing the east side of south case, looking north.
      Photo showing the east side of south case, looking north.
  • Rheostat
        Line to water rheostat F. P. I. November 2, 1930. A rheostat is a continously variable resistor used to regulate the current.
      Line to water rheostat F. P. I. November 2, 1930. A rheostat ...
  • Lac Seul Dam - Ear Falls
        View of Lac Seul dam, heading upstream on the English River.The Ear Falls Generating Station is located on the English River at the discharge of Lac Seul. The English River is a tributary of the Winnipeg River and is part of the Lake Winnipeg drainage basin. The primary storage reservoir ...
      View of Lac Seul dam, heading upstream on the English River.The Ear ...
  • Pakwash Bay (1946)
        Bush plane bringing in supplies to Pakwash Bay, 1946.
      Bush plane bringing in supplies to Pakwash Bay, 1946.
  • A Scow Hauling Trucks (1946)
        Gravel Trucks being transported from Sioux Lookout to the Ear Falls construction area by scow. Once they reached the shore, trucks were driven to English River, where they were loaded onto other scows.
      Gravel Trucks being transported from Sioux Lookout to the Ear Falls construction ...
  • Tomlinson Bros.Contractors - Gravel Pits - Ear Falls
        Tomlinson Bros. Contractors were awarded the contract to build the highway to Red Lake, Ontario in 1946. Truckers, Bert and Harold Mcgonicle pose by their trucks in a gravel pit near Ear Falls, Ontario. The road building required the clearing of 1325 acres of land and the excavation of 400,000 ...
      Tomlinson Bros. Contractors were awarded the contract to build the highway to ...
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