50 Years Ago - July 7, 1930
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50 YEARS AGO July 7,1930

Water is a foot higher on the Sault-Sudbury trunk road between Iron Bridge and Blind River today than it was on Saturday, according to information received by G. J. Lamb, district engineer of the Department of Northern Development, who reports that it is still possible to get through with motor cars, with the assistance of teams supplied by the Carpenter-Hixon Lumber Company.

The rains of the last couple of days have again raised to the high point of a week ago the waters of the Mississauga River, which has overflowed its banks in this section, where the road skirts it for some distance.


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A brief clipping recounting the flood situation between Blind River and Iron Bridge in 1930 due to the overflowing of the Mississagi River.
Date of Original
July 1980
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Contact
Huron Shores Museum
Email:thessalonlib@hotmail.com
Agency street/mail address:

1 James St. P.O. Box 460

Iron Bridge, ON P0R 1H0

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50 Years Ago - July 7, 1930


A brief clipping recounting the flood situation between Blind River and Iron Bridge in 1930 due to the overflowing of the Mississagi River.