I appreciate your response, Αντρέας. It is a wonderful city, and the harbour is its jewel.
Thank~you for finding this girl deep in my gallery, longdistancer :) ...and for your thoughtful comment.
Have a great day
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"Between a rock-an'-a-hard-place" 【ツ】
Best wishes & L. From Kelowna,Canada
...so, how'd they get out from under after the pic was taken ??
An enviable position in this surreal setting, Jerry B. Would be a fun place to explore :)
Happy trails and L from Kelowna,Canada
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С наилучшими пожеланиями, Сергей
It is a big mystery. There are three trenches about 12 feet wide, 3 - 5 feet deep [now] and maybe 150 yards long. They were excavated by a drag-line and the gravel was piled up into those hills. On the ground are coils of rusted 3/4" dia steel cable.
I was told that trenches were used as holding tanks for fish caught by commercial fishermen. This would be before the age of refrigeration, maybe around 1900. Georgian Bay was teeming with fish, exported all the way to Chicago.
This is a rare picture of the power station in Butedale still operating, after the cannery was closed. Sadly the power station is ruined now.
Magnifique / Prise.** - Bravo