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Little Long Lac Mine and Townsite (~1937)
Description
Creator
Harry Fisher
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Aerial view looking northeast across Barton Bay. Inscription reads 'Little Long Lac Gold mine'. In the foreground is the clearing for Errington Avenue. It would later be called Arena Road and in 1939, it would become part of Highway 11. At the extreme left is the townsite of Little Long Lac (known as Little Longlac). Mine Road extends left to right across the lake. In the centre is Little Long Lac Mine, and to its right, on the point, is Rosedale (Townsite). North of the bridge, finished in 1936, is Johnsonville which would later be called Jonesville. In the upper right of the photo is Geraldton, located on the railway.

Date of Original
~1936-1937
Subject(s)
Local identifier
GCPL: 11
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 49.72667 Longitude: -86.94842
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Greenstone Public Library
Email:reference@tbpl.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

405 Second Street West

Box 40

Geraldton, ON

P0T 1M0

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Little Long Lac Mine and Townsite (~1937)


Aerial view looking northeast across Barton Bay. Inscription reads 'Little Long Lac Gold mine'. In the foreground is the clearing for Errington Avenue. It would later be called Arena Road and in 1939, it would become part of Highway 11. At the extreme left is the townsite of Little Long Lac (known as Little Longlac). Mine Road extends left to right across the lake. In the centre is Little Long Lac Mine, and to its right, on the point, is Rosedale (Townsite). North of the bridge, finished in 1936, is Johnsonville which would later be called Jonesville. In the upper right of the photo is Geraldton, located on the railway.