Queenston Collection

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Subject:  Bridges 
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Queenston-Lewiston Bridge, 1925.
Images  1925,   Black and white photo of a suspension bridge over Niagara Gorge and the railway tracks along the Niagara River. The old (the second) Queenston-Lewiston Suspension Bridge was originally built near the location of the present-day Rainbow Bridge, and was re-elected in Queenston in 1898, after the...
A Farewell to an Old Friend (1898-1938) 
ImagesTexts  1938,   Booklet with black and white photographs of the Falls View Bridge in Niagara Falls, before and after its collapse. On a separate insert: "Tuesday, April 12th, while we were busy addressing these booklets, the Falls View Bridge, which had been lying on the ice since the bridge fell, began to...
Falls View Bridges - History and Collapse. 
Niagara Ice Bridges - Past and Present. 
ImagesTexts  1938,   Full title: Falls View and Niagara Ice Bridges by James G. Morden(Secretary, Lundy's Lane Historical Society) Collapse of Falls View Bridge and Ice Jam of 1938 by W. Bruce Leslie Book (p. 24) containing black and white photographs by: Frank H. Leslie, "Bud" Burnett (of "Niagara Falls Evening...
Collapse and Demolition of Falls View Bridge 
TextsImagesNewspapers  1938  Newspaper clippings with black and white photographs of the Falls View Bridge in Niagara Falls after its collapse in 1938. Scrapbook sheets measuring: 24 x 25, 15 x 30 and 25 x 30cm.
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Queenston Collection

Queenston Collection includes an extensive historical material from the area collected by Jean Huggins.