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ITEM UP FOR BIDS: VINTAGE CIRCA 1950 ST LAWRENCE SEAWAY & POWER PROJECT ALUMINUM PHOTO METAL TRAY SHOWS Eisenhower Lock , Moses-Saunders Power Dam & Long Sault Dam . MEASURES 11" NICE CONDITION LIGHT FADING TO THE RED BORDER. PHOTO STILL BRIGHT
FYI ON THE PHOTOS ; Long Sault was a rapid in the St. Lawrence River west of Cornwall.
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created a navigation barrier along the river for much of its history, necessitating the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway in the 1950s as the size of ships and the volume of shipping traffic along the river began to exceed the capacity of the area's canal locks.
The construction, in part, required the flooding of a large swath of land near the rapids, both to facilitate a hydroelectric dam and to make the rapids area more navigable. The flooded region includes Ontario's Lost Villages.
The town of Long Sault Ontario and the Long Sault Parkway both take their name from the rapids.
~~ Ship entering the St. Lawrence Seaway system through the Eisenhower Lock at Massena. This area has attracted more than 40,000 visitors each year.
Moses-Saunders Power Dam Description
Jointly owned by the New York Power Authority and Ontario Power Generation, the Moses-Saunders Power Dam generates about two million kilowatts of electricity. The visitor center has exhibits that include a hand carved wooden map showing the voyages of Jacques Cartier, film presentation and computerized display that explains how electricity is produced and used.