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Along the K&P trail. near Kignston.
Early October colours near Marlbank
Moira River in October at Lost Channel Road.
It's dam dry here. Chisholmes Mill.
Moira River channel dried out.
Trees do not grow well in marl.
Bay of Quinte Railway ran along here in 1889 connecting Tamworth with Tweed. Looking NW. Road # 13 is built on the railway bed going east to Marlbank.
The Brockville & Westport Railway ran along here and the south side of Church Street from 1883 to about 1950. Now the Brock Trail. Looking NE,
Along the K&P trail. early October.
Moira River at Carrs Road. It is all runable in the spring time in kayaks and canoes.
The weir, a popular white water run in the spring time.
Looking down the Moira River Oct 2016
Scuttle hole channel dried out.
Area dredged for marl about 1900 to make cement by roasting the marl with slab wood for fuel.
Bay of Quinte Railway bridge base built in 1889 connecting Tamworth with Tweed.
Train tunnel. The CPR first ran here, the the Grand Trunk came along and had to go over the CPR.
K&P trail, early October.
Looking up to the wier on the Moira River. It was once used to raise the water level for a saw mill near here.
This rocky outcrop presents a challenge to spring paddlers by causing a nasty curl. It is easy to avoid by using either side. The rock even shows up in the satellite view. 200 m below the wier.
Chisholmes mill on the Moira River dried out.
Some marl was dredged here 110 years ago.
Dry lake was used as source of marl to make cement until 1908 by the Rathbuns. Later sold to Canada Cement.
Beautiful creek side hiking trail.
Methodist Church 1890 near Temperance Lake Rd.
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