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Temiscaming Power House

Power for the Town of Temiscaming, QC, was provided by this powerhouse on the banks of the Ottawa River. Water from Gordon Creek was delivered by a large pipe built of wood bound by metal straps. The water’s journey began well above the town, passing through here, spinning the turbines and ending in the Ottawa River.

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Abandoned Power House

This powerhouse supplied Temiscaming, Quebec with electrical power from around 1923.

Kipawa Power House

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Percé From On High

The town of Percé, Percé Rock and Isle Bonaventure look out on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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Morning At Perce Rock

A Canadian icon.

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Temporary Trail

The wake of the ferry marks our passage across the Saint Lawrence River.

It will fade shortly, leaving no trace of our existence.

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Charlevoix

The ferry crossing from Saint Simeon to Riviere du Loup reveals headlands of the Charlevoix region on the North shore of the Saint Lawrence River.

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