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Remarks on the Montreal harbor and the Lachine Canal

Young, John

Remarks on the Montreal harbor and the Lachine Canal

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Published by s.n.] in [Montreal? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canals -- Québec (Province),
  • Harbors -- Quebec (Province) -- Montréal.,
  • Lachine Canal (Quebec).

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Young.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (12 fr.).
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18852318M
    ISBN 100665240236

      The Lachine Canal, the Atlantic Ocean's once upon a time chief entry to the North American continent is of major historical significance. It's also a Montreal treasure to locals and a fairly popular tourist attraction ever since its restoration and reopening to pleasure boating in breathed new life into the kilometers (9 miles) that make up this Canadian National Historic Site. Harbors -- Great Britain. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Harbors; Harbors -- Europe; Great Britain; Narrower terms: Harbors -- England; Harbors -- S. 14 days in Montreal BY A USER FROM CANADA Cirka Distilleries Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal 45 days in Montreal BY A USER FROM CANADA Chateau Ramezay Historic Site and Museum of Montreal Old Montreal Avenue McGill College 8 days in Montreal BY A USER FROM UNITED STATES Lieu Historique National du Canal-de-Lachine .


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The canal ran for kilometres through a corridor a mere 15 metres wide, overcoming a metre difference in water level between the port of Montreal and Lac St. Louis at Lachine. The Lachine Canal opened inthe same year as New Yorks Erie Canal, and like the Erie, it was expanded and enhanced several times over its working life before being bypassed and superseded by the St.

Lawrence Seaway in The once active waterway fell on hard times and finally closed to navigation. Remarks on the Montreal harbor and the Lachine Canal [electronic resource] By John Young.

Abstract. Electronic of access: Internet. 4 Topics: Ports, Canaux, Harbors, Canals. Publisher: [Montreal. Product Information. Excerpt from Remarks on the Montreal Harbor and the Lachine CanalThe communication with the north-western Territory, and the improvements required for the development of the trade of the Great West with the Seaboard, are regarded by this Conference as subjects of the highest importance to the Feder ated Provinces, and shall be prosecuted at the earliest possible.

Montréal - Around the Lachine Canal book. Read reviews from worlds largest community for readers. This mini digital guidebook offers a tour around the L.

  At that time he suggested us to rent bikes and ride along the canal. We did, however, never rent any bikes in Montréal. But we did find our way to the beginning of the Lachine Canal during our last day in the city.

This waterway from became our guiding path from the Old Harbor back to our accommodation in Saint-Henri. Remarks on the Montreal Harbor and the Lachine Canal (Classic Reprint): Young, John: : BooksAuthor: John Young.

The growing number of condo buildings and private docks along the Lachine Canal is making what's supposed to be a public area not so public. votes, 18 comments. k members in the montreal community.

Une communauté pour les Montréalais et les amis de Montréal pour se réunir et. "And cleaner, too, because boats is a lot of motors in the canal.

" According to the city's website, Montreal has about 35 marinas with a total of. The Lachine Canal (Canal de Lachine in French) is a canal passing through the southwestern part of the Island of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, running kilometres from the Old Port of Montreal to Remarks on the Lachine Canal book Saint-Louis, through the boroughs of Lachine, Lasalle and the canal construction there was a lake, "Lac St Pierre".

Remarks on the Montreal Harbor and the Lachine Canal (Classic Reprint): Young, Dr John: Books - or: Dr John Young. In full colour, this guidebook points out the Lachine Canals must-see attractions, restaurants, cafes, entertainment venues, bars and clubs, as well as the neighbourhoods best shops and boutiques.

If youre planning a short stay in the city, it is the perfect tool to quickly discover a booming area of Montreal. A link between the city and nature, the Lachine Canal is located in the southwest section of Montreal. Its kilometre urban route runs between the Old Port and Lake Saint-Louis, a navigable waterway punctuated by five locks.

Along its banks, a linear green urban park is lined with vestiges of the industrial era when the canal boomed. Buy Remarks on the Montreal Harbor and the Lachine Canal (Classic Reprint) by Young, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John Young. The Lachine Canal, a scenic kilometre-long urban park, welcomes millions of visitors on foot, by bicycle or aboard boats every year.

Whether it's to admire the spectacular and diverse views of Montreal, to relax in a pastoral setting, or to indulge in sports activities, you'll experience a moment of pure escape in this a tranquil natural setting. Remarks on the Montreal Harbor and the Lachine Canal (Classic Reprint): Young, Dr John: : BooksAuthor: Dr John Young.

In this video, Im walking along the Lachine Canal, a National historic site of Canada. My objective is to film waterfront condos that were recently built ne. Lachine Canal became necessary for Montreal merchants who wanted to make the city a major hub of North American commerce.

Work on the canal began in and was completed in The Lachine canal played a central role in the industrial development of Montreal. Remarks on the Montreal Harbor and the Lachine Canal [Leather Bound]: Young, John, -: Books - or: Young, John.

Buy Remarks on the Montreal Harbor and the Lachine Canal (Classic Reprint) by Young, Dr John online on at best prices. Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible : Dr John Young. Hotel in Downtown Montreal, Montréal (miles from Lachine Canal) Located in Griffintown, Hôtel Alt Montréal is within metres of the Lachine Canal and 1 km of the Old Port.

This eco-friendly hotel offers an on-site snack bar, fitness centre and free WiFi. L'Hotel Particulier Griffintown is. Lachine Canaal is an accesible urban park and favorite tourist spot in Montreal, Canada.

There is more to mornings than your usual daily-paper-and-coffee hab. A national historic site, the Lachine Canal is a lovely linear park, following the historic canal and its series of locks. A great run is to start at the famous Atwater Market, and run along the flat path heading east, following the red line in the above map, to its terminus in Lachine.

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But inthe Lachine Canal did finally open, linking Montreals harbor to the Ottawa River. Down the canal moved ships large and small bringing goods, transporting people and providing the area with a much needed efficient waterway.

It served that purpose for over years, until finally in it was obsoleted by the St. Lawrence Seaway. The Lachine Canal (Canal de Lachine in French) is a canal passing through the southwestern part of the Island of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, running kilometres from the Old Port of Montreal to Lake Saint-Louis, through the boroughs of Lachine, Las.

But inthe Lachine Canal did finally open, linking Montreals harbor to the Ottawa River. Down the canal moved ships large and small bringing goods, transporting people, and providing the area with a much-needed efficient waterway. It served that purpose for over years, until finally in it was obsoleted by the St.

Lawrence Seaway. The Lachine Rapids are a short stretch of white water and submerged rocks in the St. Lawrence River that impede shipping between the port of Montreal and the Great Lakes. According to the legislation that authorized the project, the kilometre canal was to be five feet ( metres) deep.

On the surface, it was to be forty feet (12 metres. The Lachine Canal (canal de Lachine in French) is a canal passing through the southwestern part of the Island of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, running kilometres (9 miles) from the Old Port of Montreal to Lake Saint-Louis, through the boroughs of Lachine, Lasalle and the canal construction there was a lake, Lac St Pierre [].

The lake and its rivers can be seen on the maps of.Montreal to Lachine Canal by bus and walk. The journey time between Montreal and Lachine Canal is around 11 min and covers a distance of around 12 km.

The fastest journey normally takes 9 min. Operated by Société de transport de Montréal, the Montreal to Lachine Canal service departs from Station Lionel-Groulx and arrives in Lachine Canal.Originally opened inthe canal, with its five locks, allowed ships traveling between the upper St.

Lawrence River and the sea to avoid the treacherous Lachine Falls. (Before the canal opened, ships would typically off-load their cargo at the village of Lachine, which would then be loaded onto another ship on the other side of the falls.).