Ferrania P.30 in Port Dalhousie

Port Dalhousie was a port town on the south shore of Lake Ontario but these days is a suburb of St. Catherines. It was the starting point of the first and second generation Welland Canals and is now a harbour for recreational sailors and powerboaters. One place I can't reccomend enough is the Lock St. Brewery, it's a cool little spot in "downtown" Port Dalhousie and they make great beer. In some ways I was rushed with my visit and I want to go back with more time to wander around.

Camera: Olympus OM-2n, Zuiko 50 f1.8 lens.
Film: Ferrania P30, HC110 B.

Looking Down on Main St. Port Dalhousie Looking West

Gertrude and Canal Sts

9  Canal St

Canal St. Sidewalk Stairs

Looking Towards Howes Park

Port Dalhousie Harbour

Old Lock Door

Second Generation Welland Canal Lock

Old Textile Plant

Top of the Dam

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